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Education tailored to make an impact

The Texas A&M School of Public Health offers a variety of degree programs that empower our students to improve population health both domestically and globally. Our innovative curriculum offers relevant practical skills with a collaborative learning structure across students, faculty and disciplines.

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Transformational Teaching

Highly accomplished researchers and distinguished scholars are instrumental in producing graduates who are amply prepared for the realities of an evolving health care landscape. Get to know the dedicated faculty who support our mission.

Transformational Teaching and Learning

Our award winning public health curriculum diversifies education. The new integrated program changes the way master’s students think, focusing on populations at the outset while also solving real problems.


21st Century Classroom

Working together to advance public health

Our students have the privilege of working closely with one another throughout their undergraduate and graduate education, feeling supported by both their professors and their peers. We build strong community and professional networks, and assist students in the realization of their public health career potential and goals.

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Contact the Office of Academic Affairs

Rhonda Rahn, PhD  
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs

Kerry Noack, PhD
Director of Academic Advancement

Patty Luna Arvizu, MA
Director of Academic Technology

Casey L Schumacher 
Director of Curriculum Development


As required by Texas Education Code, the Board of Regents of The Texas A&M University System will hold a public hearing to receive input from students regarding the proposed new undergraduate tuition and fee structure as shown in Agenda Item 1.1 for Texas A&M University, Texas A&M University at Galveston, and Texas A&M Health Science Center to be effective with the Fall 2023 Semester. This hearing is for students to provide input to the Board of Regents and will be scheduled during the November 10, 2022, Board Meeting, Memorial Student Center (MSC), Bethancourt Ballroom 2300 (D&E), 275 Joe Routt Boulevard, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas. Students wishing to provide public testimony on proposed increases should follow the guidelines as set forth-in Policy 02.01 (paragraph 2) posted on the Board's website.