The public health BS and MPH programs at Brigham Young University are housed in the College of Life Sciences, immediately adjacent to the beautiful Wasatch Mountains. Our BS program is more than 50 years olds and features 4 tracks (epidemiology, health promotion, environmental/occupational health, health science). Our MPH program began in 2002 and uses a cohort model to support students as they complete their degree. Both are delivered on campus where students have access to 20 full-time public health faculty members who mentor them through their academic experience.
The mission of the program is to promote community and family-centered health by training future public health professionals to strategically plan, implement and evaluate health promotion solutions that improve health and well being. Faculty and students work together on population-based, prevention-oriented, interdisciplinary-minded and integrity-committed projects. Website: http://ph.byu.edu/