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Degrees

The Office of Public Health Studies offers the following undergraduate degree programs:

Degree Details

Bachelor of Science in Public Health (BSPH)

The Bachelor of Science in Public Health program is based on a philosophy of health promotion and disease prevention, to improve the quality of life of individuals, families and communities. Public health professionals with a BSPH are prepared to assess factors influencing health, and plan, evaluate and manage health programs and interventions.

Minor in Public Health

The Minor in Public Health is based on a philosophy of health promotion and disease prevention, to improve the quality of life of individuals, families and communities. Students receive an introduction to the foundational and social issues of public health, threats to public health and the role that our environment affects both the practice and applications of public health.

Minor in Global Health

The Minor in Global Health provides students with a basic understanding of the factors that determine the health of populations around the globe. Curriculum focuses on the cultural and environmental aspects of various health topics such as border health issues, infectious diseases in developing countries, and various health care systems around the world. By studying these issues, students will be prepared to assess and contribute to the resolution of emerging global health challenges.