Bachelor of Science in Public Health
Campbellsville University Online
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Learn to plan, manage and evaluate public healthcare services with the online Bachelor of Science in Public Health program from Campbellsville University. This flexible, 100% online program connects public health practice with current issues and real community health initiatives to prepare you for a rewarding career working in public health agencies or the private sector. With an undergraduate degree in public health from CU, you can gain the expertise you need to improve health outcomes and make a difference in your community and beyond.
Campbellsville’s professors offer valuable guidance and education to position you for success in rewarding career fields. Our affordable online programs are ideal if you want flexibility in how you learn or need to balance your work and family responsibilities.
Career-Connected Courses for Real-World Expertise
We designed a curriculum that includes topics from public health, physical science and human performance to deliver a comprehensive education you can use in a range of career paths. Every student in the online BS in Public Health program completes a semester-long internship to apply their new skills in the field and gain valuable experience. You’ll also graduate prepared for advanced study in various health disciplines if that’s your goal.
Learn about health as it relates to physiological body systems, nutrition, body composition, stress management and lifestyle choices while learning to teach positive health strategies to others.
Examine factors that affect the occurrence and courses of diseases, causative agents, susceptible hosts, favorable environments and the effective use of statistical epidemiological methods.
Public Health Systems Policy
Explore health planning, health service delivery, health policy and health ethics while studying the goals, politics and barriers to healthcare improvement.
Qualify for In-Demand Public Health Jobs
With healthcare employment projected to increase 12% through 2031,1 now is a great time to earn an undergraduate public health degree. Graduates of this program typically work in settings like community health clinics, school systems, healthcare companies, hospitals and research facilities.
5 Top-Paying Careers in Public Health
- Community health advocate: $46,590 per year
- Health educator: $60,600 per year
- Medical and health services manager: $101,340 per year
- Program manager: $63,128 per year
- Public health data analyst: $70,245 per year