With a bachelor’s or master’s degree in public health from St. Catherine University, you’ll have the skills and experience to facilitate change, impacting health disparities and disease prevention around the world through education, health promotion, and policy development.
Our curriculum incorporates an intentional focus on social justice, equity, and global health, with courses taught by diverse faculty who are deeply engaged and passionate about advancing public health issues and research.
Our students benefit from the connections they build with each other, bringing invaluable perspectives and productive classroom dialogue on issues critical to public health, as they strengthen their skills in collaboration, program management, and strategic analysis.
St. Kate’s has developed rewarding relationships with community organizations and government agencies that partner with our public health programs, providing opportunities for our students to work with local immigrants and refugees, or dive deeper into global health issues abroad.
With the support and mentorship of our public health learning community, you’ll graduate ready to make a difference in your community and the world!