Accreditation Seal | Council on Education for Public HealthAs Oregon’s first accredited College of Public Health and Human Sciences, we take on our greatest challenges to health, using science and working with communities to ensure health for individuals, families and communities in Oregon and beyond.

We're also growing. Since 2009, we have added more than 40 new faculty members, who train the next generation of public health and human sciences professionals and advance science through teaching, research, scholarship and creativity. These faculty, including 11 who are endowed, support a growing student body in a world in which three times the number of current public health graduates is needed to meet the needs of the future.

In addition to its growth and interdisciplinary focus on health across the lifespan, the college is a standout among other schools and colleges of public health because outreach – in the form of the OSU Extension Service – is built in. In addition to being one of only a handful of schools of public health at a land grant institution, it is the only school with this level of connection to communities.

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CPHHS at a Glance
Students

2,970 undergraduates
230 graduate students
220 students at OSU-Cascades campus
323 Ecampus distance students
29% of students represent as a minority
15 student clubs and organizations
200 Students receive a total of more than $400,000 each year in fellowships and scholarships

4 research centers
$18,754,233 in research funding in FY 2015

#4 best HDFS program in the nation
First accredited school of public health in Oregon
2 of Oregon State's most popular majors live in this college — Kinesiology and HDFS

Faculty 100+ tenured and tenure-track faculty
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Schools School of Biological and Population Health Sciences
School of Social and Behavioral Health Sciences
Academic Programs

Athletic Training (MATRN)
Biostatistics (MPH)
Environmental and Occupational Health (MPH, PhD)
Epidemiology (MPH, PhD)
Global Health (MPH, PhD)
Health Management & Policy (MPH, PhD)
Health Promotion & Health Behavior (MPH, PhD)
Human Development and Family Sciences (BS)
Human Development and Family Studies (MS, PhD)
Kinesiology (BS, MS, PhD)
Nutrition (BS, MS, PhD)
Public Health (BS)
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Research Centers Center for Global Health
Center for Healthy Aging Research
Hallie E. Ford Center for Healthy Children and Families
Moore Family Center for Whole Grain Foods, Nutrition and Preventive Health
Outreach PHHS Extension
Extension Family and Community Health
4-H Youth Development
Team Oregon
Accreditation Accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH) June, 2014