Public Health

Program Overview

Studying public health will teach you how to create healthier communities, reduce health disparities, and protect people’s well-being. You will also learn about policymaking, healthcare systems, environmental safety, and much more – all essential components for promoting the medical welfare of people worldwide. Studying public health opens up many potential career paths in areas like epidemiology, community health education, or global healthcare advocacy.


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Diverse Curriculum

The public health curriculum at Saint Paul College is designed to provide a well-rounded understanding of the various aspects of healthcare, including disease prevention, health promotion, and environmental safety.

Hands-on Experience

Our program offers hands-on learning experiences through internships, field trips, and community-based projects. These opportunities allow students to apply their knowledge in real-world settings and gain practical skills highly sought after by employers in the public health field.

Global Perspective

Public health is a global issue; studying it at Saint Paul College will give you a broader perspective on healthcare systems, policies, and practices worldwide. You will learn about different cultural beliefs and traditions related to health and how to address global health challenges.

Networking Opportunities

Studying public health at Saint Paul College will provide numerous opportunities to network with professionals and experts. You can build valuable connections for your future career.

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