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The Undergraduate Minor in Public Health is for the non-health sciences major student. Rooted in the principles and competencies of public health, the curriculum prepares students to translate and apply course content into practice. Students learn about a range of issues impacting population health and healthcare systems, including environmental health, disease prevention, health informatics, global health, ethics, health management, and behavioral and cultural issues.
Note: This minor is not available to students in the BS in Health Studies, BS in Public Health, or the BS in Healthcare Management programs.