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Undergraduate Studies

Careers in Public Health

Community & Family Health

  • Health Educator
  • Childbirth and Parenting Educator
  • Family Development Specialist
  • Community Outreach Worker
  • Community Navigator
  • Behavior Change Coach
  • Communication Specialist

Environmental & Occupational Health

  • Environmental Health Specialist
  • Environmental Consultant
  • Safety Coordinator
  • Health Inspector
  • Occupational Health Technician
  • Consumer Safety Officer
  • Food Safety Officer

Epidemiology & Biostatistics

  • Disease Intervention Specialist
  • Data Privacy Analyst
  • Infectious Disease Investigator
  • Research Specialist
  • Disease Ecologist

Health Policy & Management

  • Patient Registrar & Scheduler
  • Health Plan Enrollment Specialist
  • Quality Control Specialist
  • Legislative Policy Advocate
  • Advocacy Officer


  • Emergency Planning Officer
  • FEMA Officer
  • Resiliency Planner
  • United Nations Advisor
  • Peace Corps Volunteer
  • Refugee Youth Case Manager

People who work in public health hold the common goal of improving the health of individuals and society by promoting healthy lifestyles, preventing injuries and disease, and controlling infectious diseases. Take an in-depth look at the different public health degrees available and the potential careers available upon graduation.

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