Improve Access to Care, Use Data to Improve Health and Make Healthy Communities a Reality
In this unprecedented time, we face extraordinary challenges. But we have been given the unique opportunity to transform the health of people in Indiana and beyond.
At the IU Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health, we’re committed to creating a healthier state, nation, and world. I invite you to see for yourself why our school is the premier choice for your public health and health administration education:
Our school is comprised of renowned, award-winning faculty with research interests focused on important local and global health issues. You will study with faculty who hold deep connections in practice and government that provide an essential foundation for sparking change in Indiana.
Through engaging classroom lectures, dynamic coursework, student research opportunities, and experiential learning, you will earn a marketable degree that is in demand.
Our location on the Fort Wayne campus allows you to study alongside policy makers, community activists, and groundbreaking researchers. We have close ties with the state’s largest health systems, countless nonprofit organizations and top health-related companies, we offer you a host of learning and potential career opportunities.
When you graduate, you will join the largest public health and health administration alumni network in the state. From CEOs of hospital systems to world-renowned researchers and public health practitioners, you will become a part of the Fairbanks alumni family. Whether you decide to pursue a career in practice or research, you will be prepared for what comes next.
Together, we can change the health of Indiana and the world.
Paul K. Halverson, DrPH, FACHE
Professor, Founding Dean