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Safeguard Your Community With a Degree in Public Health

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A faculty of industry experts

The Public Health program is taught by industry experts, who will provide you with the knowledge and skills you need to stand out in this critically important field.

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Make a difference

No one likes to think about public health emergencies — but when they happen, we need committed, trained professionals to step up and protect our communities.

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Flexible class schedules available

Coursework is available in a hybrid online/on‑campus format that provides you with the flexibility you need to complete your degree without putting your life on hold.

Are you ready to help create a better, safer, and healthier world?

Make a difference improving public health

In a world where balanced diets are a challenge, exercise is hard to make time for, and natural disasters and epidemics occur, we need people to step up and make others aware of what can be done to improve living conditions. Our bachelor’s degree in Public Health is designed for students who are passionate about improving health in individuals throughout communities and around the globe.

Financing your Public Health education

Paying for college doesn’t have to be stressful. We offer a variety of financial aid opportunities to help you afford your education. Students may be eligible for grants and scholarships that don’t have to be paid back, student loans that have to be repaid, and work-study opportunities that provide a regular paycheck.

We’ve been awarded 1.5M for scholarship assistance for BS Public Health enrollments. You may be eligible for up to 15K. Ask an admissions officer to see if you qualify.

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Program curriculum

With a degree in this program from a public health school, you will acquire the skills in complex problem solving, decision making, service orientation, social perceptiveness, and instructing.

Coursework includes:

PBH 210 Health Behavior and Chronic Disease
PBH 280 Introduction to Global Health
HSC 410 Epidemiology
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Brianna Pintavalle

“The knowledge I’ve gained from the public health program is irreplaceable. Goodwin has helped me get to where I am today.”

Career options

Our career-focused curriculum provides students seeking to obtain an entry-level health educator position with the knowledge and skills they need to stand out in the workforce. With our various connections to local hospitals, healthcare providers, and healthcare organizations, students will be exposed to their prospective fields and be prepared to begin their careers right after they graduate.

Public Health graduates can find careers as:

  • Community health worker
  • Disaster preparedness coordinator
  • Environmental health specialist
  • Health educator
  • Health promotion specialist
  • Public health program coordinator
  • Research assistant
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Start classes May 6!