Catalogue Rights policy dictates that continuing students and transfer students can choose the version of the Public Health Sciences or Public Health Policy major requirements that they would prefer in accordance with the timeframes they are enrolled at UCI or a community college. Students may choose a major requirement year to pursue, beginning with their Freshmen year up until their Senior year.
|Campuswide Honors Schedule/Requirements|
|Public Health Policy Major—Campus Wide Honors and Public Health requirements|
|Public Health Policy Honors: Fall Enrollment|
Public Health 100 is a variable topic course and can change content and title each quarter. Students may repeat PH 100, as long as they enroll in various topics.
Below is a list of PH 100 titles; indicating the topic area they fulfill for PHP.
|SUMMER - 2018||Public Health Finance for Non-Financial Managers||Health Policy and Management|
|SUMMER - 2018||Culture & Health||Social Behavior & Health Sciences|
|SUMMER - 2016||Public Health Finance for Non-Financial Managers||Health Policy and Management|
|SUMMER - 2016||PH 100 in Bali||Health Policy and Mgmt|
|SUMMER - 2014||Public health and Wellness||PHP - Social and Behavioral Sciences|
|SUMMER - 2013||Public Health Mgmt||PHP Mgmt|
|WINTER - 2013||Introduction to Ethics||Health Policy & Management|
|SUMMER - 2012||PH Programs for the Corporate World||Health Policy & Management|
|SPRING - 2012||War and Public Health (PH 176)||Social & Behavioral
|WINTER - 2012||War and Public Health (PH 176)||Social & Behavioral
|PH & the Law (PH 126)||Health Policy & Management|
Note: PH 199 may count for an Upper Division Topic Area, (4 units) with the approval of the Public Health Department Chair. PH 198 will not satisfy any Upper Division Topic Areas.
Additional documents are available in the Public Health Forms page.
If you need assistance deciding which version of your Public Health major to follow please seek advice from an Academic Counselor or Peer Advisor in Student Affairs. We are located in Anteater Instruction & Research Offices (AIRB), Suite 2010, 2nd Floor. To make an appointment please call the Student Affairs Office at (949) 824-2358.