Urban Public Health
The College of Health and Human Services, in collaboration with other schools and departments, offers courses leading to an interdisciplinary minor in Urban Public Health. This minor leads to a broad understanding of public health principles and their application in an urban context; exposure to issues such as environmental health and justice, public health preparedness, and healthcare structures and policy; as well as an understanding of the urban community in general. Students will be introduced to the roles and functions of public health science and practice.
Requirements (15 cr. hr.)
- PBHL P201 Introduction to Public Health in the Urban Environment (3 cr.)
- SPEA H322 Principles of Epidemiology (3 cr.)
- AFRO A206 The Urban Community (3 cr.)
- and 2 additional courses (6 credit hours) selected in consultation with a departmental advisor
For more information, contact Dr. Linda Delunas, Associate Dean in the College of Health and Human Services at firstname.lastname@example.org