Community Health, BS
The BS in Community Health degree provides students with a basic understanding of public health, the health care system, and public health issues and policies related to health promotion, disease prevention, and public health education for local and international populations of all sizes.
Public health and community health professionals work in partnership with private and public organizations and are expected to confront complex behavioral, cultural, and social health issues within communities. The skills and knowledge gained through this program will prepare graduates to work in governmental and non-governmental agencies, in both the non-profit and for-profit sectors, or to pursue graduate degrees in public health or a health or medical profession. Community health graduates address the local, national, or global health needs of diverse populations, providing understanding, education, monitoring, planning, interventions, and evaluation within a community setting.
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