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Public Health

Bachelor of Science


A Bachelor of Science degree in Public Health from Concordia University, St. Paul will prepare you for careers in public health. Find yourself in fields such as research, administration, consulting, and more.


Program Length

45 Credits


On Campus

After completing the program, you’ll have the practical skills and abilities to keep up with public health industry field standards and trends. CSP’s public health program aligns with the CEPH (Council on Education for Public Health) standards, so graduates are prepared for the field.

If you see yourself working in the public health field, health care, or nonprofit settings, this program is for you. Learn from extraordinary industry professionals and combine the classroom with real-world experience.

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Career Paths

Data provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).

Community Health Worker $ 46,190
Health Education Specialist $ 59,990
Medical & Health Services Manager $ 104,830

Program Details

The BS in Public Health at CSP gives students access to industry professionals and a curriculum that aligns with the standards upheld by the CEPH. After completing the program, graduates will be prepared to step into the public health field in various roles, from research to administration.

Public Health students will find themselves in a program that has a faster completion time than similar programs and classes that are relevant to public health careers after graduation.

Upon completion of the program, you’ll be able to assess the factors of health and disease and how they impact specific populations. You’ll have the skills to research and apply findings to public health strategies. CSP’s Public Health program will prepare students for successful careers. With an emphasis in community and collaboration, you’ll know how to interact and communicate effectively to serve others better.


Our world-class faculty use their decades of experience to nurture your success from the first day of class all the way to graduation— and beyond.