Public Health, Minor
Tara Hannum, MA
The Undergraduate Minor in Public Health is a 15 credit program that exposes students to the field of public health. This minor is designed to equip students with the core concepts of Public Health and is highly collaborative with many departments to provide a robust option for students who are pre-health or pursuing medical anthropology, medical sociology, mental health, global health, nutrition and health promotion, or nursing.
Courses for the Minor may be double-counted from Majors.
For undergraduate policies and procedures, please review the Office of Undergraduate Studies section of the General Bulletin.