Oregon State University’s College of Public Health and Human Sciences has received CEPH (Council on Education for Public Health) accreditation, becoming the first college of public health in the state. Accreditation puts the college in an elite group of schools of public health nationwide and among only a handful leading a transformation of public health education.
The College of Public Health and Human Sciences houses degrees in Public Health, Nutrition, Exercise and Sport Science and Human Development and Family Sciences, and creates connections in teaching, research and community outreach while advancing knowledge, policies and practices that improve population health in communities across Oregon and beyond.
To find out more about the newly accredited college, visit health.oregonstate.edu/future-of-health
Watch the video above to hear a congratulatory message from CPHHS Dean Tammy Bray.
One reply on “Video: Oregon’s first accredited school of public health – Dean’s announcement”
Very exciting news! More to offer the State of Oregon and the World to improve personal and community life. Congratulations to all who worked on this project for 5 years! I’m a very proud Alumni member of OSU Beavers! Woohoo!!!