Master of Public Health in Community Health Education

Founded in 1998, the San Francisco State University Master of Public Health in Community Health Education degree program,  offered through the Department of Health Education, has a mission to promote health and health equity at the individual, community, and structural levels through transformative education, research, scholarship and service, all of which value diversity, engage communities, and are grounded in cultural humility.

Latest News

Sanchez-Vaznaugh receives National Institutes of Health grant

Monday, March 12, 2018

Emma Sanchez-Vaznaugh, associate professor of health education, was awarded $3,263,853 from the National Institutes of Health to research population-level interventions and community environment effects on child obesity

SF State Professor of Health Education Mary Beth Love honored for groundbreaking program

Monday, January 29, 2018

"A passion for equity in higher education has driven Mary Beth Love’s groundbreaking work over the past 30 years as a professor in San Francisco State University’s Department of Health Education. In recognition of her founding and growing the

Wolin honored as HOPE SF Equity Champion

Friday, December 08, 2017

"Jessica Wolin, lecturer in health education and associate director of community practice for Health Equity Institute, will be honored by the San Francisco Foundation and the City of San Francisco for her work with HOPE SF. Wolin


Admissions Priority Deadline

Sunday, April 01, 2018
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Workshop: Competitive Graduate School Applications

Tuesday, April 10, 2018
San Francisco State University - Main Campus, LIBRARY 244