The Association of Schools of Public Health (ASPH) was established in 1953 to facilitate communication among the leadership of schools of public health in the United States. The Association assists its member schools in the development and coordination of national health policies and provides a focus and platform for the enhancement of academic public health programs. ASPH also serves as an information center for government agencies and private groups interested in higher education for public health. Through its data collection center, ASPH develops a profile of the applicants, students, graduates, and faculty of the 37 accredited schools of public health in the United States.
A brochure providing general information on higher education in public health and a list of the member schools are available on request.
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