Students in the Bachelor of Science in Public Health (BSPH) program take courses on contemporary topics including current issues in environmental health, U.S. and international health care and emerging infectious diseases.
Eligible students have the option of pursuing the 3+2 undergraduate/graduate degree program. This program offers students an opportunity to earn a BSPH and Master of Public Health (MPH) in five years.
The minor in Global Public Health (GPH) focuses on health issues affecting populations in the US and low-to middle economic status countries worldwide. The minor can serve as a precursor to further study in public health, other health professions, or any fields in which the health of persons and populations is a relevant concern.
The undergraduate minor in Epidemiology focuses on epidemiologic methods and two important content areas of the field: chronic disease epidemiology and infectious disease epidemiology.
The Public Health and the Arts Interdisciplinary Minor exposes students to both public health and the arts with the goal of promoting an understanding that community wellbeing encompasses many aspects of daily living and not just individual behavior.