The Colorado School of Public Health prides itself in providing a quality academic experience in all areas of public health education, a quality you'll find in the classroom and out. From renowned faculty to dedicated program professionals, you will be connected to services, courses and experiences that will prepare you for a future in the public health profession.
Our students learn the knowledge, develop the skills and earn their place in this growing profession. Join them and join our collaboration.
To contact us, email ColoradoSPH.Admissions@ucdenver.edu and learn more about our office here!
The Office of Admissions and Student Affairs coordinates school programs and degrees, and provides valuable resources to advance your education. Professional staff manage admissions, course registration, policies, forms and other student services. Resources include academic calendars, course books, forms, handbooks, policies, and links to campus and program specific information.
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The Colorado School of Public Health is the first and only Council on Education for Public Health accredited school in the Rocky Mountain West. Learn more about the school's accreditation, read our self-study or contact the accreditation body.
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Career and Employer Relations helps students, alumni, and employers engage public health career opportunities. A career in public health can be the connection that you desire for bridging your passion with a fulfilling profession. From across Colorado, the United States and around the world, public health professionals spend their days and efforts improving and protecting the lives and health of our global communities.
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Starting Your Career
Access quick information on Colorado School of Public Health courses, course schedules and registration information. Although courses are offered on all three Colorado School of Public Health campuses, all students register for courses through the lead institution, University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus Registrar.
Courses and Registration
Physicians interested in graduate training in public health can pursue one of two Colorado School of Public Health residency programs: Occupational and Environmental Medicine or General Preventive Medicine/Public Health. Participants can access a variety of program resouces through the school's graduate medical education website or through the University of Colorado School of Medicine.
Vist our GME site