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The mission of the School of Public Health is to preserve and enhance the health of the public through education, research, and service programs designed to discover and transmit new knowledge aimed at the prevention of disease and disability, the improvement of health, and the planning, analysis, management, evaluation, and improvement of systems for the delivery of health services.

Our school was founded in 1944, although public health courses have been offered at the University of Minnesota since its inception. We consistently rank among the top schools of public health in the country. Through our education, research, and community outreach, we focus on improving the health of populations. We emphasize prevention of illness and injury, and we look at health through a multi-faceted prism that includes physiology, the environment, communities, economics, and public policy.

  • Economic and Social Aspects of Conservation Biology
  • Solid Hazardous Wastes
  • Environmental Mass Transport
  • Advanced Organic Environmental Chemistry
  • Analysis and Modeling of Aquatic Environment
  • Analysis and Modeling of Aquatic Environment II
  • Ecosystem Ecology
  • Biogeochemical Processes


Program requirements

The University of Minnesota School of Public Health requires applicants to submit the following within the Sophas application:Statement of Purpose and Objectives describing the reasons for your interest in public health, your intended program of study, the University of Minnesota SPH and your career goals.Resume or C.V.Official transcripts from each U.S. college or university attended must be sent from that institution directly to SOPHAS. This includes a University of Minnesota transcript (if applicable). Do not send transcripts to the University of Minnesota.Official GRE scores3 letters of recommendation from academic and/or professional references. Letters should be provided in Sophas. Do not have letters of recommendation sent to the University of Minnesota. English Language Requirements TOEFL paper-based test score : 600 TOEFL iBT® test: 90

Accreditation

The University of Minnesota School of Public Health is accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH).

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