Degree Programs in the College
The programs of study offered at Saint Louis University's College for Public Health & Social Justice develop professionals capable of making decisions that will influence communities in a variety of ways. From our undergraduate, master's, PhD and certificate programs, we offer degree programs that are rigorous, demanding and very worthwhile.
Our nationally recognized master's degrees provide students with the tools and skills needed to become leaders in their field. The College offers master's degree programs in applied behavior analysis, biosecurity and disaster preparedness, criminology and professional practice, health administration, public health and social work.
Our undergraduate degrees challenge students with a strong base in the liberal arts and the sciences to provide them with a solid foundation of professional practice. Our five majors, criminology and criminal justice, emergency management, health management, public health and social work, are a good fit for students who want to enter the workforce with a bachelor degree and for students who want to pursue graduate education.
Our doctor of philosophy degrees in public health studies and social work prepare students for research, education and practice in academic, private and public research and consulting organizations. Students gain expert knowledge, as they are able to work side-by-side with our internationally recognized faculty who serve as mentors.
The College offers two certificate programs in Biosecurity and Disaster Preparedness and a post-master's Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis.
If you'd like more information about our degree programs, fill out our information request form to contact our office of admission.
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