Collaboration is the key to success
Consisting of the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus (in Aurora, Colo.), Colorado State University (in Ft. Collins, Colo.), and the University of Northern Colorado (in Greeley, Colo.), you'll have access to more than 170 courses across three campuses taught by researchers, instructors, lecturers, and professors who are experienced public health practitioners. Additionally, we let you take courses on any one of our campuses; this gives you access to a high-degree of academic variance which will help you develop specialized skillsets across public health disciplines.
Location, location, location
Colorado has a strong commitment to public health. With a variety of research institutions, non-profit organizations, healthcare facilities, and governmental organizations, you'll have access a plethora of networking, internship, practicum, and job opportunities. Colorado is also a veritable playground for all things outdoors. Whether you're looking to hike one of the state's 58 14ers (peaks that rise more than 14,000 feet above sea level), ski/snowboard at any of the 22 resorts, or go to an event in one of the major cosmopolitan areas, you won't be disappointed.
Unique Learning Environment
The ColoradoSPH offers challenging, engaging and supportive learning environments across its campuses that will help you gain firsthand knowledge of emerging trends in public health research and practice. Our faculty promote hands-on, practice-based learning experiences in the classroom so that you develop the ability to apply your theory-based knowledge in a real-world setting.
Your Career in Public Health
Our students are making a positive impact in all facets of public health—local, nationally, and globally—and you could be one of them. Located below you will find an overview of the career placement statistics, by degree type, for the ColoradoSPH graduating class of 2015.
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