Graduate Programs    

Public health is the science of improving health through education, awareness and research for disease and injury prevention. To achieve a healthier, safer community, we need innovative change agents and passionate champions, like you. With a graduate degree in public health from the University of New Mexico, you'll gain the expertise to improve health outcomes and access in diverse and underserved populations.

Expert faculty will guide you through strategies focused on research, analysis, and boots-on-the-ground crisis management. Join students from social science, biomedical science and clinical disciplines. Together you can build a healthier future through community-based education.

Earn your Master of Public Health or minor in public health. Or participate in a dual degree program. Start changing the world with a UNM degree.

Start Your Application

Passionate leaders like you are needed to improve community health. Apply for your MPH today.

Take the Next Step

If you choose to pursue a Master of Public Health, you will select one of three concentrations: Community health, epidemiology or health systems and policy. Your concentration can direct your career goals—from working as a health educator to working in government on healthcare policy.

Learn more about your career options in public health.

Visit Albuquerque

You will study on our Albuquerque campus among 25,000 undergraduate and graduate students. Our location in New Mexico allows you to receive hands-on experience researching diverse populations and unique issues, such as US–Mexico border migration and Latino health.

Schedule a visit to learn more.