College of Science, Technology, and Health

St. Charles, Mo. / St. Louis, Mo.
Public Health (BS)

St. Charles, Mo. / St. Louis, Mo.
Public Health (BS)

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Lindenwood University offers you the opportunity to earn a Bachelor of Science in public health. A BS in public health will prepare you for careers in health promotion and disease prevention, administrative roles in public health, or to obtain advanced degrees in medicine, veterinary medicine, dentistry, or public health.

Bachelor of Science (BS) offered in On-campus formats.

St. Charles / St. Louis
Public Health (BS)

By earning a bachelor of science degree (BS) in public health at Lindenwood's St. Charles campus, you will attain the skills and the knowledge to improve health and reduce the risk for disease for individuals and communities. We are the prevention people! We help people make healthy choices so they lead long, healthy, and productive lives.

St. Louis public health degree studentThe St. Louis Public Health program at Lindenwood is committed to real-world experiences, small class sizes, and access to community organizations that will enhance your classroom learning. Our faculty have diverse experiences that they incorporate into their teaching, and broad professional networks to aid in students' development. All students obtain an internship their senior year at such locations as health departments, community coalitions, research centers, nonprofit agencies, federally qualified health centers and local political campaigns. 

  • Public Health Minor For students wanting to improve their understanding of health and illness as a compliment to their major. Any pre-medicine or pre-professional student would benefit from a minor in public health.

What Can You Do with a Degree in Public Health from Lindenwood University?

Possible career options with a Public Health bachelor's degree:

  • Health education & health promotion in hospitals, health departments, and non-governmental organizations
  • Local or state health departments, or the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  • Communicable disease and infection control programs in hospitals and other health institutions
  • Public health research

If you choose the Cell Science and Biology (pre-professional) option, you will be prepared to apply for medical school or other advanced professional degree programs.