Ohio Graduate Public Health Schools
Ohio Graduate Schools with Public Health Masters and PhD Programs
Ohio University Public Health Graduate Programs
Founded in 1804 and located in Athens, Ohio University is fully accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools at the bachelor's, master's and doctoral levels.
Master's in Social Work
Students can receive a master's degree in social work (MSW) Students studies are incorporated with biology, psychology, sociology and social policy. Electives are offered which help students to strengthen their ability to serve clients with specific social problems such as drug or alcohol abuse.
Master's in Public Health
A master's of public health degree is offered. Traditional Public Health degrees include studies in biostatistics, epidemiology, health services administration, health education, behavioral science and environmental science.
*Address: 1 Park Place Drive Athens, OH 45701-2979
* Phone: (740) 593-1000
Ohio State University Graduate School
Ohio State is one of the nation's largest universities. The Graduate School fosters quality in graduate education and research by promoting cultural diversity in the community. The Graduate School provides leadership in graduate education and research. As one of the major public teaching and research institutions in the world, students are held to the highest standards.
PhD and Master's in Public Health
Students study how to reduce causes of unnecessary diseases, aid the community to live healthier lives, and reduce the effects of disasters. They also make available the basics of safe food and potable water.
Master's in Public Health
Students who pursue work in the public health field can have an important impact on their community. Study and research in public health can improve the life expectancy of at risk members of the community.
*Address: 250 and 247 University Hall 230 N. Oval Mall Columbus, OH 43210-1366
*Phone: (614) 292-6031
Miami University Graduate School
Miami University has a reputation of outstanding academic quality that is distinguished by almost two centuries of teaching accomplishments and scholarly activity. They recognize the importance of teaching and scholarship and strive to encourage that understanding in their students. They offer twelve doctoral programs and more than fifty master's programs.
Master of Science in Family and Child Studies
The family and child studies graduate program is designed to meet the demand for qualified persons to serve the needs of diverse individuals and families within a complex, rapidly changing society. Students are prepared for careers in community, educational, social service, government, and business fields. Core courses provide a foundation in theories and methodologies applicable to the study of diverse families and children.
Master of Environmental Science
The Institute of Environmental Sciences offers the M.En. Degree, a degree that prepares students for work in public service, government, education, profit and nonprofit environmental organizations, and industry. This interdisciplinary program complements strengths from the departmental disciplines at Miami University.
*Address: 102 Roudebush Hall Miami University Oxford, Ohio 45056
*Phone: (513) 529-3734