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SLU launches new global health, maternal and child health MPH concentrations

Saint Louis University's College for Public Health & Social Justice is now accepting applications for two new concentrations within the Master of Public Health program. These innovative concentrations in global health and maternal and child health, both 48 credit hours, bring new field experiences to the MPH program. 

Global Health

This concentration allows students to address various health concerns that exist among different cultures worldwide. Students study not only in St. Louis, Missouri, but they also have opportunities to take global public health courses in Africa, Asia and Latin America. This allows for a combination of academic classroom experience, cultural and language immersion and practice experience in the field.

SLU also offers a one-year option for health professionals and medical students. Learn more. 

Maternal and Child Health
Providing care that promotes the health of a pregnant woman and their unborn children. Students who graduate with this concentration are well-prepared for professional roles in a wide variety of settings such as public health departments, federal agencies and in private industry.

Learn more about our new concentrations by clicking on the icons below. 

          SLU Global Health           SLU Maternal and Child Health

Preview day
Request Information apply now

Register today for an upcoming preview day to visit SLU's campus and meet with faculty and current students.

If you'd like more information about SLU's MPH program, fill out our information request form to contact our office of admission.

Applications are now being accepted for the fall semester, If you're ready to get started, apply now.

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