Information for Future Students
You can discover a world of possibilities for an exciting and challenging career in Public Health at the Arnold School. As of Fall 2008, the Arnold School welcomed students into the new Undergraduate Program in Public Health. For graduate students, our advanced study programs can provide you with the specialized knowledge and skills you will need to address current and emerging Public Health issues. Our faculty work to prepare students to be scholars, research specialists, teachers, and experts in an array of Public Health disciplines. An undergraduate or graduate degree from the Arnold School will open doors to professional advancement, competitive salaries, and a meaningful career.
*BS in Public Health qualifies for the Life Enhancement Scholarship for eligible Life Scholarship recipients.
Masters & Doctoral:
- Communication Sciences and Disorders
- Environmental Health Sciences
- Exercise Science
- Health Services Policy and Management
- Health Promotion, Education, and Behavior
- Physical Activity and Public Health
- Physical Therapy Program
- General Public Health
- Nursing/Public Health
- Social Work/Public Health:
- Medicine/Public Health (General)
- Law/Public Health
These departments offer degree programs via distance education*:
*Visit the Distance Education website for individual courses.