Why choose ColoradoSPH @ CSU?
More than 31,000 undergraduate and graduate students attend classes at Colorado State University, across eight schools and colleges (Health & Human Sciences, Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences, and more).
At CSU, ColoradoSPH enrolls 90 graduate students who are pursuing their MPH degree in various concentrations.
Our students at CSU experience personalized interaction with faculty members who are experts in all areas of CSU's academic programs, giving our students the opportunity to learn alongside others outside of the field of public health, and providing a forum for diverse discussions in the classroom.
At the Colorado School of Public Health @ CSU , students can pursue a graduate-level degree or certificate. Our CSU program is home to unique concentrations, such as Animals, People & the Environment, which focuses on how human societies are inextricably linked with animals – wild and domestic – for food, work, or companionship. See more about our programs below.
Nestled against Colorado's northern Rocky Mountains, a one-hour drive north of downtown Denver, ColoradoSPH @ CSU is located in Fort Collins, Colorado, in a community that offers a college experience with the perfect fusion of culture, opportunity and adventure.
With a robust public transportation system, bike routes on almost every road, and a uniquely walkable campus, cars are optional in Fort Collins, making it extremely easy to travel the city and spend time in "Old Town" – a historic area that is lined with shops, coffee houses, nightlife and restaurants.
Hike to 7,260-foot Horsetooth Rock, go whitewater rafting on the Cache la Poudre River, mountain bike at Lory State Park, explore the prairie alongside the only wild bison herd in Colorado, or just have a quiet picnic at the reservoir. And that’s just some of what you can do within 30 minutes of campus.
All three ColoradoSPH campuses are located near the Rocky Mountains, which means there are endlesss opportunities for outdoor activities at your doorstep!
Programs offered at ColoradoSPH @ CSU
Colorado State University (CSU) is located in Fort Collins, Colorado, along the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. Just one-hour drive north of Denver, our CSU location offers six academic programs, a certificate in Public Health Sciences, personalized interaction with faculty members across varying disciplines, and front door access to Colorado's mountain playground.
The ColoradoSPH at CSU offers multiple Master of Public Health and dual degree options:
By pursuing one of these concentrations, you'll receive the training and skills needed to actively address a variety of public health issues, including: chronic disease, environmental threats, emerging infectious disease, global health disparities, and more.