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 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: