Master of Public Health students have a passion to change their communities through
injury and disease prevention. Gain expertise to advance your career in local, state
and federal agencies, nonprofits, hospitals, health departments, universities, businesses
and with grant-funded research. The interdisciplinary nature of this program creates
a unique support system for the students and faculty.
Located in the middle of a metropolitan area of more than 1 million, OSU-Tulsa blends
the robust research and faculty of Oklahoma State University with the convenience
and flexibility of an urban branch campus. We connect MPH students with faculty and
researchers at OSU Center for Health Sciences in Tulsa and our main campus in Stillwater
so you can pursue a number of public health-related topics of interest, including:
Alcohol & Drug Use
Child & Adolescent Health
Plant & Animal Pathogens
Sexual & Reproductive Health
Our strong connections with local industry, schools and organizations ensure that
your learning experience goes beyond the classroom, offering chances for hands-on
engagement, internships and practical projects. Immerse yourself in the captivating
history and vibrant culture of the Greenwood District while honing practical skills
and building crucial networks that will drive your career forward.
About the Degree
Tulsa students are OSU students — they learn from the same faculty, study with the
same curriculum and earn the same OSU degree as students on our main campus in Stillwater.
Learn more about the degree program, including curriculum and career paths, by clicking
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