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Public Health (B.S.)

Public health professionals work with communities and individuals to protect, maintain and enhance health and quality of life. All students complete the public health core courses, which provide a strong foundation in the U.S. Public Health System, factors impacting human health and disease, population-based and individual approaches to health enhancement, public health data sources, health policy, health law, health communication and much more.

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Public Health, B.S. / Applied Gerontology, M.S.

The Public Health bachelor’s/Applied Gerontology master’s degree program is designed to provide qualified students the means to complete the requirements for both degrees in a period of five years. The key feature of the program is that a student can count up to 12 hours of graduate-level courses to satisfy requirements for the B.S. in Public Health Studies and toward the M.S. in Applied Gerontology.

To view the program details and requirements for the Public Health, B.S. / Applied Gerontology M.S., please   visit the course catalogue.

Program Coordinator:   Dr. Anne Glass

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