Be on top of the latest health issues. Bring health information to the community. Teach teens about the risk of smoking or HIV/AIDS. Educate adults about aging. Qualify for jobs that apply your knowledge of public health to real-world health challenges.
The Public Health program serves students interested in pursuing careers in public health. The program prepares students to plan, implement, and evaluate health and human service programs and work in the field of public health.
Graduates of the program are employed by public and private health and human service agencies (city, county, state, and national), hospitals, schools, corporations, nonprofit, and professional consulting organizations. Upon completion of the undergraduate program, eligible students are encouraged to apply for admission to the Master of Public Health Program.
These opportunities include:
- Community health education
- Corporate health promotion and wellness
- Public health coordinator or project manager
- Health education
- Consumer health
- Health and human services
- Health-based nonprofit management
- School health education
Students entering the Bachelor of Science Degree Program may enroll in either the Fall or Spring semester. Undergraduates must meet university admission and general education requirements. CSUN does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, color, religion, age, disability or veteran status and encourages application from all qualified individuals.
Education Financing Opportunities
The University makes a full range of assistance available to students. For information, visit the Financial Aid web site or call (818) 677-3700.