The Public Health Sciences (B.S.) and Public Health Policy (B.A.) majors have grown significantly over the last few years. For each Public Health major, some courses have been removed and others added from the list of requirements and course choices. Beginning 2009-2010 the College of Health Sciences has launched new versions for both Public Health majors in an effort to streamline the undergraduate curriculum. Highlights of the new version include:
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.
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