Master of Public Health
Master of Science
The Colorado School of Public Health offers the Master of Public Health (MPH) degree program at all three of our collaborating institutional campuses. Each campus offers different areas of study based on the academic and research expertise of the institution. By offering a variety of programs, students can pick a campus and area of study that best fits their unique academic and career interests.
Doctor of Public Health
The Colorado School of Public Health offers the master of science (MS) program through the University of Colorado Denver Graduate School
Because the MS programs are connected with the graduate school, students work closely with graduate school administration and follow several graduate school specfic rules and requirements.
Doctor of Philosophy
The DrPH Program is a professional doctoral level program designed to develop research leaders, public health policy-makers and public health practitioners who are able to address complex public health issues.
Individuals with the DrPH degree combine sophisticated analytic and research skills with a broad-based understanding of the environmental, political, social, medical, ethical, and economic factors that contribute to health and wellness in the community.
The Colorado School of Public Health offers advanced research and training to public health scientists through its PhD programs. With the administrative support of the University of Colorado Denver Graduate School, PhD students successfully proceed through their discipline curriculum and research.
Looking to complete two degrees at once and gain the skills needed to work interdisiplinary across healthcare and public health settings?
Since public health interacts with many other professions, dual degrees are the perfect opportunity for you learn the breath of public health and combine it with another discipline you are passionate about.
Global Programs & Courses
At the Colorado School of Public Health we believe that working professionals need flexibility to advance their career, and that geography shouldn't be a barrier to earning an accredited, graduate education in public health.
That's why we are excited to announce an innovative new educational program: the online Master of Public Health in Leadership and Public Health Practice(LPH). We invite you to earn your degree in a flexible, student-focused format from an established and accredited school of public health. LPH students will have the option to pursue all core MPH and concentration elective courses online, with both synchronous and asynchronous coursework included in the program. Applicants should have significant professional experience.
Public Health is an exciting field that combines educational and scientific expertise from a variety of disciplines.
Although many of our school's public health programs are offered through our departments, we also offer several interdisciplinary programs and courses which benefit from the breadth of expertise located across our three campuses and five departments.
A certificate program is a great way to retool, refine and reinvest in your professional development.
The Colorado School of Public Health offers two certificate programs, each may be used as a supplement to existing graduate training or as a pathway toward pursuing the master of public health.
The Colorado School of Public Health offers physicians training through two accredited residency programs: General Preventive Medicine and Occupational and Environmental Medicine.
Residents can pursue the MPH as part of their training or select the practicum only track if they already have an MPH or equivalent degree.
Non-degree courses are a great way to enhance your current graduate training or professional experience in public health. The Colorado School of Public Health offers one specialized non-degree area in Maternal & Child Health.
A "non-degree student" is a student who registers for courses but who is not enrolled in an official degree or certificate program at the Colorado School of Public Health. In order to be considered for a seat in a class, all non-degree students must submit a Course Permission Form signed by the teaching faculty.