U.S. News & World Report ranks Ohio State's
College of Public Health #11 among public schools of public health and ranks the college's MHA program #10 nationally
The College of Public Health at The Ohio State University is fully accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH), the nationally recognized accrediting body for schools of public health. Additionally, the Master of Health Administration program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education (CAHME), the primary accrediting agency for health management education.
Born out of the Department of Medicine in 1914, we grew throughout the years, becoming an independent college in 2007. The College of Public Health is organized by divisions and centers to develop and improve our successful programs in teaching and learning, research and outreach and engagement. Our divisions and centers change over time as needs and opportunities arise.
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Our centers provide expertise and support in the College's goal to advance education and research. The College's centers reach out beyond the university to help communities thrive.
Practicum, research, residency, and internship opportunities are all part of our curricula. Many of our graduate public health students also pursue international practice placements while in the program. Our public health alumni are found in organizations ranging from hospitals to private business to government agencies. Our health administration alumni have been recognized as having one of the most successful alumni organizations by the American College for Healthcare Executives as well as The Ohio State University Alumni Association.