Public Health

College for Women | Henrietta Schmoll School of Health

Motivated to help improve the lives of those in your immediate community and beyond? When pursuing St. Kate’s public health degree on our St. Paul campus, you will gain the skills and experience to facilitate long-term change through education, health promotion, and policy development.

Program Details

Take 32 credits per year to finish your degree in four years.

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Internships and Work with Community Partners

With the flexible curriculum at St. Kate’s, you can specialize in one or more areas of study within public health, including health sciences, public policy, health education, and community health work.

Earning a degree in public health at St. Kate's is distinguished by our unique internship opportunities, diverse student body, emphasis on women’s global health issues, and talented faculty who are experts in the field.

We emphasize social justice, and work with academic and community partners near and far to make a difference.

St. Catherine University College for Women 2018 graduates in St. Paul, Minnesota
Careers in Public Health

The degree in public health from St. Kate’s is the first of its kind in Minnesota, and provides graduates with a wide variety of career options that include

  • community health worker/educator
  • environmental health technician
  • prevention outreach specialist
  • program manager
  • AmeriCorps or Peace Corps
St. Catherine University public health programs are CEPH Accredited Bachelor's Master's
Program Accreditation

St. Catherine University's public health program is accredited by The Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH).

Learn more about accreditation for this program