Working for Our Communities
Saint Louis University’s College for Public Health and Social Justice tackles the greatest challenges to the health and well-being of our communities. And because those issues are addressed by people, the college is also home to SLU's School of Social Work.
Public Health Programs
School of Social Work Programs
Online Programs for Working Professionals
- Master of Public Health - Public Health Practice Concentration
- Master of Public Health - Biosecurity and Disaster Preparedness Concentration
- Master of Health Care Management
- Executive Master of Health Administration
About the College
We are a mission-driven academic community where teaching, research and service foster the growth of a more just and equitable society at home and around the world.
We help health care organizations deliver compassionate care more efficiently; map risks of lead exposure in the City of St. Louis; intervene with at-risk students; study the causes of infant mortality; and prepare communities for what to expect in case of a infectious disease outbreak.
Guided by a higher purpose in public health and social justice, we are boldly leading the way in investigating and finding solutions to the complex factors that undermine our health and well-being.