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The Department of Public Health challenges students with a unique combination of interdisciplinary liberal arts education with a specialty focus on public health. You'll learn the conceptual foundations and empirical bases for analyzing the interplay between science, society and health. Many pre-med and other health professions students also choose to minor in public health to augment their specialty education with this broad perspective.
There is a rising demand for public health professionals, due to increased global concerns regarding infectious and chronic disease epidemiology, food and water safety, sanitation and environmental health issues — as well as health inequities. Public health professionals have excellent employment prospects as researchers, community health workers and health program managers.
Check out Geena Chiumento '17 and Dr. Liz Scott's genetic research.