North Dakota State University


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The NDSU MPH Program resides at a student-focused, land grant, research university.

Through on-campus and distance learning, we educate students in person and across the country. Classes offer a remote, synchronous option so all students engage with professors and other students in real-time. We keep class sizes small and students work closely with faculty on research and public health practice activities.

Our department has two Centers: the American Indian Public Health Resource Center and the Center for Immunization Research and Education. We also have a strong relationship with the state health department, offering opportunities to work with the State Epidemiologist’s Office, Office of Health Equity, or Office of Disease Control. Other partnerships include Sanford Health System, tribal organizations, and local public health.

NDSU's accredited MPH program offers specializations in:

  • Community Health Sciences
    • Subplan options: Maternal Child Health
  • Epidemiology
    • Subplan options: Maternal Child Health or Management of Infectious Diseases

NDSU MPH graduates make an immediate impact in their communities.