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minor in public health is offered by the College of Health Sciences in
collaboration with the Biden School of Public Policy & Administration .
curriculum provides an interdisciplinary opportunity to develop
practical skills in program development and increase knowledge in the
areas of social systems, social policy, and leadership. Available to
students in all disciplines, the minor helps develop a greater
appreciation for the application of public health concepts to various
fields of study, from communications, English, and fine arts to
psychology, political science, and biology.
The minor requires 18
credit hours distributed as follows:
At least three of the
nine elective credits must be chosen from outside your major. In
addition to the 18 required credits, one three-credit statistics course
must be taken as a co-requisite to achieve the minor.
All courses included in the minor must be completed with a C- or better.
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health is the science and art of preventing disease, prolonging life,
and promoting health through the organized efforts and informed choices
of society, organizations, public and private sectors, communities, and
Public health professionals work in a variety of
settings, including government, the public and private sectors, and
hospitals. Careers in public health include health services
administration, biostatistics, epidemiology, health education/behavioral
science, health policy and management, oral health, international
health, nutrition, public health practice and program management, family
health, health communications, occupational safety and health, and
Please contact Sue Coffing at (302) 831-2252 or at email@example.com. Also check out www.udel.edu/bhan for more details.