Undergraduate Degrees and Programs
The University of Michigan School of Public Health offers two bachelor’s degree programs, dual degree options, and supplemental studies for students interested in taking courses in public health while pursuing a different major.
Bachelor’s Degree Programs
Students can earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Public Health Sciences or a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Community and Global Public Health.
The School of Public Health (SPH) offers the option for undergraduate students to pursue a dual degree with the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts (LSA) at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor. Applicants interested in dual degrees must be admitted by both degree programs independently.
The Fundamentals of Public Health Supplemental Studies program is a 10-credit course sequence for students who do not intend to complete an undergraduate degree in public health but would like to gain an understanding of the field of public health.
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