Public Health (Arizona State University)
A BS in public health prepares students for a range of exciting careers, such as community health workers, environmental specialists, occupational health and safety specialists and program managers. This four-year degree requires at least 120 credit hours to complete. Students will receive a broad base of knowledge in biology, biostatistics, epidemiology, health services administration and behavior science and health education. This foundational knowledge is supported by a range of specialized electives.
Whether you choose to work in public health relations in a non-profit setting or choose to work as a government environmental scientist, you’ll enjoy a range of relevant courses aimed to understand the communal and global aspects of health. Public health focuses on the ways that communities and countries are exposed to diseases and fight against health concerns together. Choose to research key health concerns in your community or work to assist international efforts in combating severe health crises around the world.
Arizona State University (ASU) helps students find the best path to studying at this prestigious university. It offers direct entry to a degree program, preparatory pathway programs, and intensive English programs.
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