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Arnold School of Public Health at a Glance

Established in 1975 as the 19th School of Public Health in the nation, the Arnold School of Public Health improves health locally and globally through innovative research, education and outreach programs that are focused on disability, disease prevention, environmental health and health services in diverse communities. The Arnold School continues to experience record enrollments, with major growth in faculty and research funding, and is home to nationally recognized academic programs.

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  • Infographic: Degrees Awarded: 477 Bachelor's, 171 Master's, 58 Doctorates, 2 Certificates
  • Infographic: 83 Tenured/Tenure Track Faculty, 36 Clinical Faculty, 18 Research Faculty
  • Infographic: 6 Departments
  • Infographic: 1,806 Undergraduate Students, 731 Graduate Students
  • Infographic: #1 ranked PhD Program (Exercise Science)
  • Infographic: 27% Male Students, 73% Female Students
  • Infographic: 5 SmartState Centers
  • Infographic: 535 peer-reviewed journal articles in 2015
  • Infographic: $35.9 Million in Research Funding

Statistics are from the most recent available academic year.