Promoting community health through the state of Georgia and across the nation through research, outreach, and education.
Founded in 2005 as a response to the state's need to address important health concerns in Georgia, the UGA College of Public Health is dedicated to excellence and innovation in instruction, high-quality research and positive impact on communities through outreach and engagement activities.
Faculty, staff and students at the College work with community and governmental partners to improve the health and lives of the people we serve in the state of Georgia, the nation and in other countries through our meaningful and evolving international programs and projects.
The UGA College of Public Health offers degrees in biostatistics, disaster management, environmental health, epidemiology, gerontology, health promotion and behavior, public health, health policy and management, and toxicology. Certificates in gerontology, disaster management and global health are also offered.