Bachelors of Science in Public Health Education: Health Studies (online)
Looking for a flexible opportunity to further your education?
Whether you already work in a health profession or are looking to launch a career, let us help you prepare for your next step. Join us and complete your Bachelor of Science in Public Health with a concentration in Health Studies entirely online. You don’t have to worry about getting to campus to feel connected to us or your classmates — Learn where you are and complete your coursework during the part of the day that’s most convenient for you. Our challenging yet flexible curriculum, diverse students, and caring faculty will prepare you to make valuable impact in your communities.
Don’t just take our word for it…
The professors at UNCG supported me throughout my program. Even though all of my class were distance courses, there was consistent communication and detailed support. I highly recommend the program.
Julia C–Alumna, May 2015
Public health is the science of preventing disease, promoting health, and prolonging life within entire populations. Unlike clinicians who treat patients individually after they become sick, public health professionals work to identify the root causes of health problems, and then implement large-scale solutions to prevent injury or illness. The field of public health is vast with many opportunities to find your niche.
Our program provides students with a strong public health foundation and enhances their ability to promote health equity by teaching them to think critically about the root causes of health problems and analyze solutions using an intersectional perspective.
Check out our admissions requirements, curriculum, and learn how to get started.
Christina Yongue, MPH, MCHES
Director of Undergraduate Studies
437-L Coleman Building
For general questions about our Undergraduate program
Department of Public Health Education
437 Coleman Building
For questions about general education requirements as it relates to any major in the School of Health and Human Sciences, please contact our Advising and Personal Development Center.
Thank you for your interest!