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Oregon Master of Public Health Program

The Oregon Master of Public Health (OMPH) Program is built on the collective experience and expertise of three partner institutions: Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU), Oregon State University (OSU), and Portland State University (PSU).  A unique collaborative program that began in 1994, the Oregon MPH Program serves the urban, rural and beach communities of Oregon and SW Washington and beyond. Students enrolled in the OMPH Program have the opportunity to take courses at any of the three campuses, and to interact with nationally and internationally known faculty from three dynamic universities.

Collaborative montageLocated in Portland, Oregon Health & Science University is a world-class health science center training a wide range of health professionals.  The OHSU School of Medicine hosts the OMPH Program Epidemiology and Biostatistics specialty, offering both an MPH and MD/MPH.   The OHSU School of Nursing provides a fully online MPH degree offering through the Primary Health Care and Health Disparities track.

Oregon State University is a beautiful 400-acre campus located in Corvallis, Oregon. OSU is a land, sea, sun and space grant university. OSU holds the Carnegie Foundation's prestigious designation reserved for universities with "very high research activity."  At OSU the MPH degree is offered through the College of Public Health and Human Sciences, and offers MPH tracks in International Health, Health Management & Policy, Health Promotion & Health Behavior, Epidemiology, Biostatistics, or Environmental and Occupational Health & Safety. The DVM/MPH may also be pursued here.

Portland State University, Oregon's largest university, is located in Portland, Oregon and is the state's urban comprehensive university with a 49-acre downtown campus.  PSU's motto, "Let Knowledge Serve the City," reflects the institution's commitment to actively engage with communities and inspires the teaching and research of an accomplished faculty whose work and students span the globe.  Students at PSU pursue an MPH, MSW/MPH, or MURP/MPH (Health Promotion) in College of Urban and Public Affairs, within either the Health Promotion track in the School of Community Health or Health Management & Policy track in Public Administration, a Division of the Mark O. Hatfield School of Government.

 

Some changes are happening in the OMPH Program, please click here for more information.   

OMPH Program Office 506 SW Mill St., Suite 450 Portland, OR 97201 Mail Code: OMPH-SCH Tel. 503-725-5186 Fax 503-725-5100