Future Graduate Students

College of Public Health and Human Sciences

Be on the forefront of improving human health and well-being.

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Shape the future of health

Wherever your passion lies – nutrition, public health, physical activity, or human development and family sciences – you care about the health and well-being of others and want to make a positive difference in all lives.

We share your passion, as well as a commitment to health equity. As a graduate student at Oregon State, you’ll work closely with faculty and peers who share your interests and values. You’ll work collaboratively on interdisciplinary research and outreach projects and also benefit from small class sizes.

When you graduate, you’ll join more than 26,000 difference-makers and go-getters we affectionately call alumni to take on some of the world’s greatest health challenges.

Join us in helping improve health and well-being for all.

Public health and human sciences graduate degrees

We offer graduate degree programs in Corvallis, Bend and online through top-ranked Ecampus.

How to apply

Each graduate program has its own application requirements, but none require the GRE.

We join many other programs at Oregon State and other peer institutions across the country who have eliminated this structural barrier to promote a more equitable, diverse and inclusive student body.

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$43,390,065 in research funding in FY 2022

Engage in graduate research opportunities

The College of Public Health and Human Sciences provides numerous opportunities for you to immerse yourself in research.

You’ll have direct access to faculty and their research projects, and the ability to create your own project.

Financial Aid, Tuition and Fees

Tuition and fees

Funding options

We’re here to help

We’re happy to connect with you by email, phone or virtual meetings.

For questions about the application process and requirements, email CPHHS graduate admissions.

For questions related to specific graduate programs, contact the program director listed on the program’s webpage.


In 2014, our college was accredited by the Council for Education in Public Health – the first in Oregon. This distinction provides our students with more resources, more opportunities to engage in research, and faculty experts who specialize in a variety of public health topics.