Promote health. Prevent disease.
UToledo public health graduates are making the world a healthier place.
Students majoring in public health at The University of Toledo study how to create programs that promote health and prevent disease. Their goal: to improve the quality of life for people in communities all over the world.
UToledo's public health program is housed within the College of Health and Human Services in the School of Population Health and explores critical health issues, such as:
UToledo’s focus is hands-on practice. Public health undergraduates:
Public health is a competitive field. UToledo students have to pass rigorous, basic science courses.
UToledo’s public health program is designed to prepare students to work in:
Typical jobs include:
Alumni have worked for:
UToledo public health graduates have been accepted into:
UToledo alumna Sydney Petty had more on her mind than classes throughout her college career. As she battled cancer, this “willful warrior” wasn’t even sure she’d graduate. But she did — with a bachelor’s degree in public health with a pre-med option. Read more.
Public health bachelor’s degree sample classes: