Graduates of Saint Louis University's College for Public Health & Social Justice are uniquely prepared to affect 21st-century global health.
The college is a new academic unit that combines SLU's programs in public health, health management, social work, emergency management, applied behavior analysis and criminology and criminal justice. As the only accredited Catholic, Jesuit school of public health in the nation, we are committed to social justice and the Jesuit mission.
Students looking for master’s degrees in public health or master’s degrees in social work and criminology will find that our Master of Public Health degree (MPH), Master of Science programs (MS), Master of Health Administration degree (MHA), Master of Social Work degree (MSW) as well as our PhD in public health studies and PhD in Social Work give them expert knowledge of public health and social work practice.
Our undergraduate majors include public health degrees, emergency management degrees, health management degrees, social work degrees and criminology and criminal justice degrees that give students a gateway into rewarding careers or a firm foundation for continuing education in public health masters programs, health administration masters programs, social work masters programs, medical degrees or law degrees.
The internationally recognized faculty at SLU are known for their excellence in teaching, research and community service, helping to make ours one of the top schools of public health in the nation.
With-top rated health programs, state-of-the-art research and a commitment to social justice; Saint Louis University's College for Public Health & Social Justice provides a strong foundation for the dynamic growth of its students and our global communities. Find out more about our degrees, meet our faculty, make a gift or apply today.
Above: The student leadership and awards ceremony at the College Church was part of the Class of 2015 precommencement activities. On May 14, 432 students graduated from the College for Public Health and Social Justice ...
(From left: Scharff, Kelly, LaRose) Public Health doctoral program alumna Cheryl Kelly, Associate Dean and Professor Darcell Scharff, and Jessi LaRose from the Missouri Foundation for Health are the winners of the 20 ...
"What SLU provided me was an avenue to direct [my] passion toward actual change in our communities, in healthcare, and in public health around the world," said Victoria Anwuri '02, Associate Director for the Institute ...
(Front row, left to right: Hong Xian, Terri Rebmann, Brandy Maynard, Jin Huang; behind them: Keith Elder, Mario Schootman, Michael Vaughn. Photo below: Enbal Shacham) With an $8.9 million research portfolio and 211 pub ...