- The Learning Environment
The Learning Environment
Academic programs in Public Health consist of coursework both from Public Health (PUB) and from other departments across the university. The public health courses are delivered in person in a classroom setting. Our faculty use a variety of high quality, learner centered teaching techniques in their courses, including projects, in class and out of class activities, and fieldtrips in addition to lecture. Classes range from large, introductory courses at the first and second year level to smaller, more specialized courses at the third and fourth year level.
About Our Facilities
Public Health programs use classroom facilities on both North and South Campus. For Public Health courses (PUB), 100- and 200-level courses are primarily offered on North Campus, while 300- and 400-level courses are primarily offered on South Campus. The location for elective courses from other departments will depend on the department offering the course.
About Our Faculty
The core faculty for undergraduate public health come from multiple departments in the School of Public Health and Health Professions. Each faculty member has training in one of the core areas of public health or in a discipline that contributes to the interdisciplinary basis of public health. All of the faculty teaching core courses (PUB prefix courses) have a doctoral degree or equivalent professional degree.
Faculty List Directory
Please visit the School of Public Health and Health professions website for additional information about our faculty.