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Our B.S. in Public Health program prepares adult learners to apply public health skills and competencies across a number of public health-related settings in order to improve the health of populations and advance Walden’s mission of social change. Rooted in the principles and competencies of public health, the curriculum prepares students to translate and apply course content into practice. In this public health degree program, students learn about a range of issues impacting population health and healthcare systems, including environmental health, disease prevention, health informatics, global health, ethics, and behavioral and cultural issues.
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