Bachelor of Public Health
Master of Health Administration
Master of Public Health
Master of Science in Clinical Research Design
Doctor of Public Health
Doctor of Philosophy in Epidemiology and Biostatistics
Doctor of Philosophy in Gerontology
Dual Degree Programs
MD / MPH
PharmD / MPH
JD / MHA
Preventive Medicine Residency Program
Occupational Medicine Residency Program
Certificate in Gerontology
Certificate in Global Health
Certificate in Maternal and Child Health
Certificate in Public Health Management
With leadership and unity, Kentucky’s mountain region can overcome disparities in health and longevity.
Epidemiologists examine public health problems through a wide-scope lens to determine the impact of disease and health disparities at the population-level.
Three of the college’s outstanding faculty received teaching awards presented at the graduation reception on May 6, 2016. These awards recognize faculty achievement in teaching and mentoring.
The first ever College of Public Health Magazine is now available online! This inaugural edition features news and stories about our faculty, students, and research.
Each month we spotlight a student currently enrolled in the college. We'll discuss their interests, their career aspirations, and what they like about the college.
Drs. Kathryn Cardarelli and Nancy Schoenberg recently joined the 2016-2017 class of fellows for the H
Dr. Kate Eddens, assistant professor in Health Behavior, and Jesse Fagan, from the Gatton College’s LINKS Center for Social Network Analysis, recently won the UK researcher award for their pos
The drive down the Mountain Parkway from Lexington to Campton is only about an hour. It’s a beautiful drive, as the mountains of Kentucky come into view as you leave the Bluegrass.
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) recently recognized Public Health Accreditation Board