UC Clermont

Public Health

Associate of Science

UC Clermont College is pleased to announce a new Public Health associate degree that transitions to a Public Health bachelor's degree program in UC's College of Education, Criminal Justice and Human Services (CECH). 

The COVID-19 global pandemic has revealed the importance of preparing students to become leaders in the health profession through education, promotion and prevention. UC Clermont's Public Health program increases students’ awareness of emerging issues in public health, the social and behavioral aspects of preventing disease, environmental health concepts, the changing U.S. health care system and the monitoring of diseases in the community. 

A degree in public health helps people and communities adopt healthy behaviors by studying in an environment that reaches beyond course work and class discussions. The degree offers a variety of elective courses that can be tailored to student interests and can be completed online, in person or a combination of both.

Want to be part of the solution for the future of your community and world? Contact Krista Clark, chair of UC Clermont's Science & Health Department, or visit the Public Health program page for more information.