There are multiple options in multiple locations within Connecticut for earning a public health degree at all levels. With options in New Haven and Storrs, and hybrid program offerings (combination of online and on-campus learning), Connecticut is an excellent place to get your public health degree.
The state of CT ranks very well with some of the top public health indicators. With an uninsured percentage of 8% (percentage of the community that does not have insurance), and a poverty percentage of 10%, it is among the top in the nation. Those factors are just two indicators, but it gives you an idea of a couple of the massively impacting statistics you would be working with as a public health professional in Connecticut.
Yale University leads the way with multiple masters and doctorate-level programs, but the Ivy League school of public health is highly, highly selective.
The University of Connecticut's Health Center has an MPH option, as does the Southern Connecticut State University Department of Public Health (MPH in Health Promotion).