Graduate College | Henrietta Schmoll School of Health
Public health is a rapidly growing field, and professionals who are innovative and motivated to reduce healthcare disparities are in high demand. With the Master of Public Health (MPH) in Global Health degree from our St. Paul, Minnesota campus, you’ll be prepared to work with individuals, families, and communities to strengthen health systems and improve public health.
A St. Catherine University education is one of the most worthwhile investments you’ll ever make, and we are committed to helping you find ways to make that investment affordable.
New MPH students are considered for up to $10,000 in funding from the following scholarship programs: Global Health Mission Scholarship, diversity, alumni, and academic achievement.
MPH students employed by a St. Kate’s corporate or community partner may be eligible for a 10% tuition reduction.
Graduate students may also be eligible for loan and grant programs.
Rewarding Work in a Rapidly-Growing Field
The core of public health is concerned with social responsibility for population health, as well as ethical and social justice issues related to the health of diverse and global populations. Public health workers with a global perspective are needed to help close the gaps in basic public health services such as immunizations, nutrition, clean water, and other prevention and treatment services.
In St. Kate's public health program, you’ll develop an understanding and appreciation for the principles and approaches in ethical reasoning, human rights, and social justice.
Our diverse teaching and course delivery methods cultivate the development of innovative and influential public health leaders. A combination of lectures, applied activities, service learning experiences, and international field work will build your skills in collaboration, program management, and strategic analysis.
St. Kate’s master's in public health program will prepare you to reduce health disparities and address disease prevention around the world and in your community.
Our graduates work in government institutions, nonprofit agencies, hospitals and clinics, and a variety of other organizations to:
- design, implement, and evaluate global health programs and policies
- research emerging disease patterns and critical global health issues
- work toward containing the spread of disease and facilitate eradication
- promote health behavior change
- respond to disasters and assist in recovery
- assure the quality and accessibility of health services
- build local capacity and community-based partnerships