• Public Health Sciences

    The Public Health Sciences Major prepares students for jobs or advanced study in wide range of areas including health promotion, chronic disease prevention, health education, health and wellness program development, health policy and law, environmental and occupational health, epidemiology, infectious disease prevention, food safety, behavioral and mental health sciences, community health, and international/global health. Students planning to pursue graduate study in Public Health should check the admission requirements of the programs they are interested in applying to, and make sure they are completing all required prerequisite courses. Students wishing to pursue a health professional degree (medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, nursing, physician assistant, chiropractic medicine, etc.) after graduation from Hamline will need to complete an additional series of required prerequisite courses before applying to one of these programs. These courses will need to be completed in addition to the Public Health Sciences Major courses. All students interested in admission to a health professional program should work closely with a Pre-Health Advisor to make sure they are completing the appropriate prerequisite courses.

    What is public health?

    Learning Outcomes

    The purpose of learning outcomes at Hamline University is to ensure that our mission and values are realized in what our graduating students know, value, and can do. View all learning outcomes for Public Health Sciences.

    Public Health Sciences Major Overview with Professors Susi Keefe & Lisa Stegall

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