Undergraduate Program Overview
The mission of the BSPH program is to advance the health of individuals and communities through educating future health leaders. The Bachelor of Science in Public Health (BSPH) prepares undergraduates for a range of health-related positions and graduate and professional degree programs. Our program specializes in health-focused social science, public policy, and advanced statistical methods. Our interdisciplinary approach provides students with a strong foundation in the five core areas of public health: epidemiology, environmental health sciences, health policy & management, social & behavioral sciences, and biostatistics.
Program Director: Dr. Amy Burdette, Director
Advising: Advising for all undergraduates is conducted in the Associate Dean’s Office for the College of Social Sciences, Room 105 Bellamy Building.