Student Learning Outcomes
Students graduating from this program will:
- Apply knowledge of the science of public health into inter-professional practice.
- Create (plan, implement and evaluate) evidence-based public health programs relevant to the needs of the community.
- Demonstrate professional conduct, strong inter-professional skills, and knowledge of the roles and scope of practice of public health providers in accordance with the Council on Linkages Competencies initial level of competencies for public health.
- Identify the specific challenges and opportunities in a population based approach to improving the health of the public.
Students earning a Minor in Public Health must earn a minimum grade of “C-” in all Health Sciences courses. This means that a grade below a “C-” in a Health Sciences course will need to be repeated to earn a passing grade.
|HLSC 345||Quantitative Analysis in the Health Sciences||3|
|HLSC 440||Policy and Ethics in Health||3|
|PBHL 158||Public Health Principles||3|
|PBHL 358||Environmental Public Health||3|
|PBHL 445||Core Competencies in Health Education||3|
|PBHL 458||Communicable Disease Investigation||3|