Be a change agent. Pursue public health at Michigan.
Michigan Public Health offers courses for all undergraduate students covering a variety of topics. Explore your interest in the field with a single course in public health, enhance your chosen major with our supplemental studies program, or begin your path to a career engaged in public health with a public health major.
Michigan Public Health offers two upper-level bachelor's degrees—a BS in Public Health Sciences and a BA in Community and Global Public Health. The undergraduate public health major is an upper-level degree program—apply in your sophomore year and spend junior and senior year at Michigan Public Health.
All U-M undergraduate students are welcome to enroll in any undergraduate public health course.
Get to Know Michigan Public Health
What is Public Health? Public Health plays a critical role in the promotion of health, prevention of disease, and empowerment of people to manage chronic illness and disabilities. Learn more.
Learn more about the public health major and requirements for admission at an upcoming Information Session. These 30-minute interactive presentations are followed by time for questions and discussion.
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|Regular information sessions will resume in March 2020|