Public Health Minor

College of Health and Human Services

102 Health Center, 419-372-8242

If you are planning a career in medicine or the allied health professions, a minor in public health will extend your knowledge and make you more marketable. The minor provides a coherent and focused program of study for students who are interested in learning more about public health and who may wish to enter either graduate studies or employment in the public health field.

Required Courses

The Public Health minor consists of six courses totaling 18 credit hours. Students choose six from the ten courses below:

  • PUBH 2100 - Introduction to Community Health
  • PUBH 3010 - International Health
  • PUBH 3011 - Public Health and Sanitation
  • PUBH 3100 - Community Health Planning & Evaluation
  • PUBH 3200 - Introduction to Public Health 
  • PUBH 3300 - Research Methods in Public and Allied Health
  • PUBH 3400 - Introduction to Human Diseases
  • PUBH 3700 - Sexually Transmitted Diseases 
  • PUBH 4020 - Issues in International Health
  • PUBH 4030 - Global Health
  • PUBH 4500 - Emerging Infectious Diseases 
  • ENVH 4490 or BIOL 4490 - Epidemiology