Degrees & Programs

At the University of Minnesota School of Public Health, we offer a comprehensive selection of degree programs as well as various dual degrees and graduate minors. Our curriculum addresses crucial public health issues such as racism, climate change, and emerging infectious diseases, which equips students to confront the evolving challenges of our world. After completing a rigorous education here, graduates leave empowered to lead efforts in achieving health equity and promoting a healthier future.

Bachelor of Arts

Master of Public Health (MPH)

Learn more about an MPH degree.

Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA)

Learn more about an MHA degree.

Master of Science (MS)

Learn more about an MS degree.

Executive (Working Professionals) Degrees

For mid-career students who have at least 2 to 3 years work experience in a public health or health care setting, our executive programs blend online coursework with intensive in-person courses, allowing for flexibility in your continued learning.

Doctoral (PhD)

4+1 Degrees

  • Environmental Health Sciences MPH
    The Integrated 4+1 MPH allows undergraduate students from the College of Biological Sciences at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities and the Bachelor of Science (BS) in Health Sciences at the University of Minnesota Rochester to graduate with both a BS and an MPH degree in five years.


Dual degree programs provide students with comprehensive skills and training that complement any public health education and practice. The MPH degree may be completed online and students from other institutions may apply to our MPH degree program. The School of Public Health offers dual degrees with the following UMN programs:



School of Public Health minors give students in other disciplines an opportunity to integrate a foundation of public health theories and practice into their studies.

Undergraduate Minor

Graduate Minors

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