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WVU now offers a Master of Health Administration, a professional degree for those seeking to lead the health systems of the future.

Notice of Accreditation Process & Opportunity to Provide Feedback

The West Virginia University School of Public Health is seeking reaccreditation from the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH). The CEPH Site Visit Team will be on campus April 20-22, 2020. As part of the accreditation process, you are invited to provide written comments prior to the scheduled Site Visit.

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Leading the Way in Research

Our faculty and students study a wide range of topics affecting population health. Specialty areas include diabetes self-management, occupational injuries, racial disparities, health effects of air pollution, mindfulness, childhood obesity, tobacco disparities, self-injury mortality, substance abuse and more.

230+ Research Topics 30+ Faculty Researchers

Rising Above the Rest : 96% of Graduates are currently working in their field or continuing their education*

* Statistic based on self-reported data from our graduates.

As the first and only School of Public Health in West Virginia, we provide all the resources you need to launch your career in Public Health.

Recent News

Printer toner linked to genetic changes, health risks in new study

According to a new study by West Virginia University researcher Nancy Lan Guo, the microscopic toner nanoparticles that waft from laser printers may change our genetic and metabolic profiles in ways that make disease more likely. Her findings appear in the International Journal of Molecular Sciences.

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