The Saint Louis University College for Public Health and Social Justice offers programs in public health and health administration, is home to a dedicated public health workforce of more than 637 students, representing 33 states, 24 countries and 20 religious backgrounds, enjoys long-standing formal associations with regional public health agencies, and holds deep relationships with trusted community members in the St. Louis metro and across the state.
Our collection of academic disciplines have a social justice thread running throughout which grounds our vision of the human person and the social order, providing a moral imperative for creating environments that advance human dignity.
We are delivering instruction vital to current demands with in-demand MPH concentrations that include Behavioral Science and Health Equity, Biostatistics, Epidemiology, Health Management & Policy, and Public Health Practice (online). Also included in our current offerings is our MS in Biostatistics and Health Analytics. Students can also add a certificate for six credit hours. These include Global Health, Maternal and Child Health, Geospatial Analysis, Biosecurity and Disaster Preparedness, among others. Combining an MPH with a certificate will give you a significant edge when entering the job market without increasing the time to graduation.