Is there a specific area of public health that is interesting to you? Choose to use your 12 credits of options courses to focus on one of the following topics. Please note that taking classes in these topic areas will not provide any formal notation to your degree, but is merely a guide for planning your academic path. Additionally, the Public Health Science program cannot gaurantee that any paticular course will be taught during your time as a student. Check with an advisor if you have any questions.

Environmental Health

  • MIEH 330 Environmental Justice, Racism, and Environmental Health Disparities
  • MIEH 331 The Built Environment, Sustainability, and Public Health
  • MIEH 333 Every Drop Counts: Water, Food and Global Public Health
  • MIEH 480 Introduction to Occupational Health

Epidemiology

  • EPIB 330 The Coming Plague
  • EPIB 400 Obesity: An Epidemiologic Perspective
  • HLTH 434 Introduction to Public Health Informatics
  • MIEH 321 Syphilis to SARS: Climate Change, Development, and Emergence of Infectious Diseases

Exercise Physiology

  • KNES 460 Physiology of Aging and the Impact of Physical Activity
  • KNES 461 Exercise and Body Composition

Global Health

Health Disparities

  • HLTH 424 Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Health
  • HLTH 460 Minority Health
  • HLTH 471 Women's Health
  • MIEH 330 Environmental Justice, Racism, and Environmental Health Disparities

Health Policy and Services

Infectious Disease

  • EPIB 330 The Coming Plague
  • MIEH 321 Syphilis to SARS: Climate Change, Development, and Emergence of Infectious Diseases
  • PHSC 402 Public Health Emergency Preparedness
  • PHSC 420 Vaccines and Immunology

Maternal and Child Health

  • FMSC 310 Maternal, Child, and Family Health
  • FMSC 460 Violence in Families
  • HLTH 471 Women's Health

Public Health Practice

Science

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