B.S in Public Health

Make a Difference in the World

With a B.S. in Public Health, you'll prepare for a career that creates healthy communities through education, research and promotion of healthy environments and lifestyles. Also explore the minors below and the accelerated BS to MS degree program.

Earn a Master of Public Health (MPH) or Master of Science in Health Information Management

Make a difference in the world by improving human health. Our programs include:

Doctoral Degrees

Graduate Certificates

Public Health Certificate Programs

To apply or for more information, contact the undergraduate or graduate admissions office.

Meet Our Students

Anthony Milisci stands with two other students behind a table promoting Student Organ Donation Advocates, a student-run initiative to spark dialogue about organ donation
Anthony Milisci '24
Public Health, Political Science

As a dual major in public health and political science, Anthony Milisci leads a student club that promotes organ donation, and he also serves on the Student Government Association.

At UMass Lowell, you have so many opportunities to gain experiences and make an impact with people with different perspectives.
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UMass Lowell student Jack Callahan stands outside along a canal and brick building in Lowell.
Jack Callahan '25
Public Health

Jack Callahan is pursuing a public health degree to improve the lives of as many people as possible.

UMass Lowell and the city of Lowell both have a strong sense of community.
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Mallory Hillard ’11
Community Health & Sustainability

Thanks to UMass Lowell, Hillard says she's found true satisfaction and happiness in her career and in herself.

Perhaps the single most important opportunity my education provided was ‘real-world’ interactions.
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UMass Lowell student Angeline Castillo talks with another student.
Angeline Castillo ’22
Public Health

As a well-being coach, Angeline Castillo reaches out to other health sciences students to ease their stress.

Everything in health sciences is learning to take care of others, so it’s easy to forget to take care of ourselves.
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