Introducing you to our new degree, Bachelor of Science in Public Health, with a concentration in Environmental Health. In this program, you will learn to become a problem solver to improve your community’s health, and create environmental health solutions that transform the quality of life for the public in the US and across the globe.
The World Health Organization recently estimated the global demand for trained health and social workers by 2030 will reach 40 to 50 million. Many of these roles will require academic training in public health. Public health is one of the fastest growing global job markets and at Andrews we take on the challenge to train public health professionals.
The BSPH program will provide you with a versatile future preparing you for medical, dental, pharmacy, and graduate schools.
This new program is the perfect start for our Masters in Public Health degree and other professional health fields.
You will graduate with more than just the BSPH degree---you will be eligible to take the Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS) exam that qualifies for entry-level positions in the field of environmental health
You will receive up to $19,000/year in scholarship for your Junior and Senior year as well as transfer students that meet the scholarship criteria
The median salary for Environmental Health Specialists and scientists in 2015 was $67,460.
There is a projected 11% increase in employment from 2016-2026 with 94,600 jobs in 2014.
Study at the second most diverse university in the United States
Study at the only Adventist University that offers the undergraduate Public Health Program
We are available to answer any questions or concerns that you may have. Feel free to contact us at any time.
Thank you for your time and May God richly bless you as you make plans for your future!
Padma P. Tadi Uppala, PhD, MPH
Director, Bachelor of Science in Public Health
Professor, MPH Environmental Health
Public Health, Nutrition & Wellness
School of Health Professions