Future Students

Established in 1998 in order to address the public health needs of Texas - particularly rural and underserved populations - the Texas A&M School of Public Health has attained national and international distinction and recognition.

Our Programs

The Texas A&M School of Public Health offers six degree options and more than fifteen department specific programs.

For more information about degree programs, visit the Degree Offered page.

At the School, our professors care about impacting the community with their research as well as their students. Professors have research projects ranging from emergency preparedness to community health development.

Visit our Faculty Profiles page to learn more about our renowned professors and researchers.

Students use faculty as advisors, and each student participates in a practicum during their stay. Students have conducted epidemiologic studies, assisted in programs/centers of faculty, and many others have served as interns in Texas and abroad.

Your Degree, Your Plan

Public health is a diverse, interdisciplinary field with careers in population health, emergency preparedness and response, global health, and health administration. No matter what you plan to pursue there is a place for you.

The Texas A&M School of Public Health offers you the opportunity to take control of your educational experience with a variety of research projects, practicum options, and diverse class offerings.

Texas A&M School of Public Health is committed to improving health by seeking to improve the conditions for all populations in Texas, the United States, and globally through excellence and selfless service.

There are several campuses students can attend including College Station, McAllen, Houston, and Distance Education, each having their own unique educational programs and community.

map of School of Public Health campus locations

Why Texas A&M School of Public Health?

  • Bureau of Labor statistics forecasts the addition of 15.6 million public health jobs by 2022
  • Small class size leads to individualized learning environment
  • Ranked in the Top 25 Public Health Graduate Schools by U.S. News & World Report
  • Ranked #1 in the nation in newly certified associated in ergonomics
  • Diverse student body and inclusive, friendly community