Students are expected to be familiar with the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Public Health and to confer with their advisor for selecting courses. An effective curriculum requires continuous review to remain current and applicable to changing health needs. This may result in revision of courses and requirements; therefore, there can be no guarantee that course content will be identical in each subsequent academic year.
The BPH Program Learning Outcomes are:
Demonstrate knowledge of public health from an interdisciplinary perspective.
Show competency in ethical issues, social responsibility, and problem solving using evidence-based concepts in core public health areas.
Show competency in relationship-building and team dynamics to plan and promote public health and reduce health disparities.
Apply theories and concepts to communicate the interconnectedness among the physical, social, and environmental aspects of population health.