- Future Undergrad Students
- Future Graduate Students
In the College of Public Health and Human Sciences, our diverse degree programs have one common goal — improving health and well-being for all.
To create a healthier world out there, start here.
Oregon State’s Corvallis campus may have stopped taking undergraduate applications for fall 2023, but you still have options!
Learn from transformational leaders who believe health is a human right.
Dig deep into health care policy, help fellow students plan healthy meals, advocate for policy change or intern at a physical therapy office.
As a student here, you’ll be part of helping us improve health and well-being for all.
We offer programs in Corvallis, Bend and online through top-ranked Ecampus.
Choose a major that aligns with how you want to improve your community:
What to expect and what’s next.
Whether you’ve been admitted or thinking about applying, learn about what it means to be a student in the CPHHS.
Two of Oregon State's most popular majors live in our college — Kinesiology and Human Development and Family Sciences.
Maddie Fuhrman, '21
Currently: Master of Science in Nursing at Johns Hopkins
"I was attracted to the public health major because of the ability to make an impact both on individual lives and communities."
The College of Public Health and Human Sciences is a great place to start your pre-med or pre-health journey.
All of our majors are well-suited to provide you with a unique background and perspective. Choose the major that interests you and inspires you!
Once you’re here, meet with our pre-med advisor to make sure you’re on the right track.
See how current students are supported on their path to pre-med or pre-health professions.
I haven't applied yet. Where do I start?
Here’s your to-do list of first steps:
I’ve been admitted! What’s next?
Congrats! Here are your next steps:
Get your Financial Aid questions answered.
View scholarships available to admitted and current students in the CPHHS.
From day one you’ll be supported with one-on-one advising and a team dedicated to your success as a student and individual.
All of our programs require learning outside the classroom because we know these experiences will help you create positive change — and get a job.
If you have questions regarding classes, student clubs or campus, our peer advisors would love to chat. Call or email them for advice.
For questions about the program, application process or requirements, contact our director of student recruitment and admissions, David Cortez, MEd.
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