About this Program
The program in public health focuses on protecting and improving the health of populations—from neighborhoods to nations—through education, promotion of healthy lifestyles, and research for disease and injury prevention. Coursework covers a broad range of public health topics and a student-selected "track" of interest: community health education or health administration. Students are prepared for entry level positions in public health settings or for continuing education.
The mission of the public health program at Eastern Michigan University is to prepare culturally-competent public health professionals committed to advancing health equity through the improvement of individual and community health and well-being.
Students pursue specialized study to develop practical skills in the classroom and in the community to address a broad range of issues of population health significance through programming, education, research and policy change.
Why Study at Eastern?
Our public health program empowers our students to make an important impact on their communities.
- Coursework covers a broad range of public health topics and a student-selected “track” of interest: community health education or health administration.
- Learn about the public health care and U.S. health care systems and how they play into our everyday lives.
- Make a difference in a positive way on future generations.
Megan Sterling, Associate Professor and Program Director
318 Porter Building
734.487.2829 | [email protected]
- Call: 734.487.4096
- Office: 313 Everett L. Marshall Building