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What We Do

​​​At the Colorado School of Public Health our expert faculty and dedicated students are quickly changing the way public health professionals train and address the complex health issues spanning countries and cultures. Located in the heart of the Rocky Mountain West, we are rising to new elevations in pursuit of a healthier region and world. We redefine the ways that you approach public health issues—working across systems to prevent and mitigate the impact of disease and injury. 

Utilizing our advanced resources and knowledge, we’ll train you in the latest technology and science critical to understanding the factors impacting the public’s health. Whether in the classroom or community, at the Colorado School of Public Health you will develop an identity as an emerging leader—dedicated and prepared to improving health, ensuring sustainability and protecting the safety of people locally, nationally and globally.


As an accredited and collaborative school of public health, our students take advantage of academic and professional degree programs offered at three premier Colorado university campuses. Across our three universities partners, our faculty and students are engaging with diverse programs, specialty focus areas, and more than 170 individual courses designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of the issues relevant to improving and protecting the public's health. The Colorado School of Public Health offers more than 42 different concentration areas that prepare our students for a meaningful and exciting career in the public health industry.


With research grants funded from federal, state and private sources constantly growing, Colorado School of Public Health faculty members are progressively researching a variety of national public health initiatives including autism, genetic epidemiology, pediatric diabetes, cancer prevention, environmental and occupational health, community development and urban planning, healthcare policy, nutrition and obesity prevention, maternal and child health, global health, and more.

Our faculty’s research efforts inform and enrich the education offered to our students while providing continued opportunities for collaboration. These efforts are dedicated to preventing the pressing health problems that confront us daily and strengthen the health of our communities here in Colorado and beyond.


Community & Practice

Sometimes you need to build a bridge in order to make a connection. Public health practice occurs when we take our knowledge, skills and competencies and collectively use them to improve population health. This occurs through organized, strategic, interdisciplinary action. At the Colorado School of Public Health, we strive for excellence in practice so that you have the tools and insights needed to make a difference in our changing world. Our public health practice engages our students and community in life-long education and learning, while our centers provide a full range of services for public health programs including practice-engaged research and evaluation, and convening seminars and symposia on emerging public health issues. We invite you to consider us as your bridge in public health.

Colorado School of Public Health

13001 E. 17th Place​
Mail Stop B119
Aurora, CO 80045


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