Master of Public Health (MPH)

A Master of Public Health from a renowned institution.

Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota’s mission in public health is social justice driven. You will find yourself immersed in discussion and research about health equity and social determinants of health taught by professors with the same passion as you. Our course-contracted faculty members will share with you their real-world experience and knowledge.

A Master of Public Health from Saint Mary’s will prepare you to:

  • Build a strong foundation in public health knowledge
  • Learn translation of evidence into practice, policy, and public health improvements
  • Apply your knowledge into practice through fieldwork and summative courses
  • Work in a variety of positions within government, healthcare, industry, and non-profit agencies

You’ll focus on understanding persistent and emerging public health issues and learn to advocate for systemic solutions, including addressing health disparity in all communities. 

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Why choose Saint Mary's?


Our Master of Public Health is designed to align with recognized industry and accreditation standards and delivers an exceptional value.


Classes at Saint Mary’s are specifically designed for busy, working adults, offering convenient evening courses to fit your schedule.

You can earn your Master of Public Health in as little as 2.5 years. 

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Daniel Lawrence

SGPP Admission - Enrollment Counselor Graduate School of Health and Human Services

LaSalle Hall-TC Campus, LSH116

Campus Box: # 28

(612) 238-4529

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Daniel Lawrence
Farhiya Farah, Ph.D.

Program Director, Master of Public Health

Brother Louis Hall, BLH03

Campus Box: # 28

(612) 238-4522

Areas of Expertise: Public Health

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