Founded in 1998 with a focus on rural and underserved communities, the School of Public Health developed into a nationally ranked, fully accredited public health research, service and training program.

Offering classes at two permanent locations in both College Station and McAllen as well as other Texas locations through distance and online education, the school provides public health 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.

The school is home to several research centers and programs that focus on areas such as community and rural health, health care management, reproductive and child health, aging, health disparities, nutrition, physical activity and obesity, asthma and air quality, environmental toxins, program evaluation, and emergency preparedness and response.


Texas A&M Health Science Center