Understanding origins and determinants of health and disease across our populations leads to promoting a healthy lifestyle, preventing and controlling disease, analyzing health indicators and educating the public about health options. SHSU's Population Health degree programs provide learning for early and advanced health professionals; to conduct applied, evidence-based research in population health; and to improve health and well-being through community engagement, locally or globally.
The department offers undergraduate degrees in Public Health, Health Sciences, Bilingual Health Care Studies, Pre-Nursing and Health Care Administration as well as graduate degrees in Health and Health Care Quality & Safety. A graduate certificate in Health Communication and Public Relations is also available.
- Health Educator
- Public Health Officer
- Environmental Health Worker
- Clinical Research Assistant
- Nonprofit Health Coordinator/Navigator
- Research Assistant
- Healthcare Services Consultant
- Hospital Administrator
- Clinical Trials Analyst
- Infection Control Officer
We offer several academic programs:
|BS Public Health||BA in Bilingual Health Care Studies|
|BS Wellness Management||Minor in Health|
|BS Health Care Administration||MS in Health|
|BS Health Sciences||MS in Health Care Quality and Safety|
Contact us today to discuss what the Department of Population Health can do to shape your professional future today.