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Bachelor of Science in Public Health

B.S.P.H. Program

Are you passionate about promoting health, preventing disease, and working to eliminate health disparities? The Bachelor of Science in Public Health (B.S.P.H.) prepares you to conduct health-related programs with all populations in practice settings. This program consists of 126 semester credits, and you can complete it in four years. Visit Admissions if you want to apply.

Health Education and Promotion Major

With a major in health education and promotion, B.S.P.H. graduates possess professional expertise in the areas of program planning, implementation and evaluation of disease prevention and health promotion activities. Find out more about the public health degree curriculum and what you’ll learn.

This major also provides the foundation to advance in graduate degree programs such as the Master of Public Health (M.P.H.), the Master in Health Services Administration (M.H.A.), Physicians Assistant (P.A.) Programs, and other Allied Health areas.

Undergraduate students can also minor in Health Education and Promotion or minor in Public Health.

Last updated: 8/7/2016