Bachelor of Science in Public Health
Mission and Overview
The mission of the Bachelor of Science in Public Health (BSPH) degree is to prepare students to conduct programs with all populations in a variety of practice settings, on a spectrum of health-related topics. The BSPH program offers students the opportunity to integrate core competencies in the five basic areas of public health, with specialized expertise in one of three emphasis areas: Environmental Health Sciences, Global Health, and Health Education and Promotion.
All Georgia Southern University Jiann-Ping Hsu College of Public Health students who select to study the BSPH degree program will complete a minimum of 124 credits. Students pursuing this degree will take 45 credit hours of coursework, and a 12-hour internship, in addition to their core curriculum, major and additional requirements, and electives.
For more information regarding the degree, please follow the link to the JPHCOPH Degrees and Programs page.
Last updated: 11/5/2020