North Dakota State University
As a student-focused, land grant, research university, North Dakota State University provides opportunities for more than 14,000 students. With 298 degree programs in graduate and undergraduate education, students receive affordable access to an excellent education at a top-ranked research institution. NDSU’s accredited Master of Public Health program offers specializations in:
- American Indian Public Health
- Public Health in Clinical Systems
- Health Promotion
- Management of Infectious Diseases
Of particular importance to public health in North Dakota is determining how to meet the challenges of change and diversity within rural areas. The MPH program was established to educate a generation of public health professionals who will make a 21st Century impact.
Graduates from North Dakota State University’s MPH program have gone on to work in various fields of public health in leading roles such as a state refugee health coordinator/special projects manager, a designer of cancer prevention strategies in American Indian communities and a Director of Quality and Patient Safety at Sanford Health in Fargo, North Dakota. NDSU MPH graduates make an immediate impact in their community.