The Texas A&M University School of Public Health is a fully accredited public health research, service and training program impacting all 254 Texas counties. Our diverse student body comes from 20+ countries, and we are proud to qualify as a Hispanic serving Health Professions School.
Offering classes on campuses in College Station and McAllen as well as online education, the school provides bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral programs. Degree concentrations include health promotion and community health sciences, epidemiology and biostatistics, health policy and management, and environmental and occupational health.
Texas A&M University is a member of the prestigious Association of American Universities (AAU) and is one of only 17 institutions in the nation to hold the triple designation as a land-grant, sea-grant, and space-grant university. Our research centers and programs offer faculty and students opportunities to conduct meaningful research and develop cutting-edge interventions in rural health, healthy aging, community health development, emergency preparedness and response, health and nature, ergonomics, global health, health law and policy, asthma and air quality, and environment and sustainability.