The Bachelor of Science in Public Health degree program offers an applied liberal arts curriculum, combining a general education foundation with a public health curriculum that includes foundational courses, advanced courses, and electives.
- Full-time, four-year undergraduate degree
- For incoming freshmen and transfer students
- Fall semester start
- Interdisciplinary program offers public health coursework grounded by a general education in math, science, and the liberal arts
- Opportunities in the senior year for experiential courses, service learning courses, and a capstone project
First-year applicants with questions on this program should contact Lynden Weddas, the Admission expert for the School of Arts & Sciences, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617.947.6410.
Transfer applicants should find their admission counselor by viewing the application requirements for their program of interest here. Those that already know their counselor’s name, can click here for transfer counselor contact information.