Associate of Science Degree in Public Health is designed to provide students the tools in preparation for a variety of entry-level public health positions in community service, health-related, recreation, and public health facilities. This program is designed to be able to transfer toward a bachelor’s degree in health education, health administration, environmental health, or a related field.
- Promote health, wellness and resources for the effective functioning of an individual, family, group and community.
- Demonstrate knowledge of the many facets of individual and community health including risk factors, substance use, equity, attitudes, and behaviors and their impact on the variety of delivery systems.
- Use appropriate data and statistics to make decisions regarding strategies improving public health services.
This program is designed to be able to transfer toward a bachelor’s degree in health education, health administration, environmental health, or a related field.
There are no specific admission requirements for acceptance into the Public Health program. When you apply to the college, choose Public Health as your course of study.
See General Education Requirements for details.
|Course name||Credit Hours|
|MATH-141: Introduction to Statistics||4.00|
English Composition or Communication: Complete one
Math and Science Electives: Complete eight (8) additional credits of 100-level or higher Math and/or Science courses from the General Education Requirements list for a program total of 24 Math and Science credits.