The Bachelor of Science in Community Health degree program prepares students to effectively plan, develop, implement and evaluate community health education programs. Students in this program are exposed to material in health behavior, community health research, biostatistics, epidemiology, grant writing, health communication and professional development.

Graduates of the Community Health degree are prepared for entry-level health education positions in a variety of community health settings, including:

  • Health agencies (e.g., the American Red Cross, the American Heart As­sociation)
  • Worksite health promotion (e.g., corporate wellness programs, HMOs)
  • Government (e.g., National Institutes of Health, National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drugs)
  • Research and development organizations (e.g., MACRO, WESTAT)
  • Hospital settings

View the Community Health flyer.

Learn more on the Department of Behavioral and Community Health website.