Maureen Thompson, Undergraduate Program Director, 315-443-9815, firstname.lastname@example.org
The 123 credit bachelor of science degree in Public Health (BSPH) prepares students for health related careers in government, private and non-profit organizations that address health promotion and illness prevention in individuals, families and communities. Students gain knowledge and skills in traditional public health core areas including environmental health, epidemiology, health services administration, and social & behavioral determinants of health. In addition, the program includes coursework to prepare students to work within the field of community health education. The program culminates with a 400 hour senior internship and capstone experience.
Graduates of the program will be competent to pursue entry level employment in public health fields or to pursue graduate studies in a variety of academic areas including public health, public policy, health care administration, and law. The program can also provide students with a pathway to advanced studies in medicine, dentistry, physician assistant studies or nursing.