Quick Facts


  • Students are admitted into the Public Health Program upon selection of the major during the admission process.
  • The curriculum consists of 120 credit hours.
  • Students will work with their advisor to select electives in areas of:
    • Community health
    • Health administration
    • Health informatics
    • Pre-health professions
  • A capstone experience is a requirement (and is included in the 120 credit hours)
  • Students can choose to follow a 4-year, completion, or accelerated 3-year curriculum plan to complete the 120-credit hour program


Graduates will be prepared for graduate school and for jobs in a variety of settings, including health departments, nonprofit organizations, government agencies, hospitals, medical practices, private businesses, and colleges/universities.  

They will serve in fields such as:

  • Health promotion and education
  • Community health worker
  • Community advocacy and outreach
  • Public health informatics
  • Population health administration
  • Epidemiology

Graduates may also choose to pursue graduate level degrees in Public Health, or to pursue a graduate program in law, business, psychology, or a graduate health profession such as medicine, pharmacy, physician assistant, physical therapy, occupational therapy, nutrition, mental health counseling, or graduate entry nursing programs

God's Blessings

Commit your work to the Lord, and your plans will be established.

Proverbs 16:3