Public Health Degree Program
Under exploration for fall 2021
About Public Health
How do government actions, access to healthcare and education affect the spread, treatment and prevention of disease? Do other factors such as funding, ethics and communication within the health system play a role?
These are all questions you'll be able to investigate and answer if you study Public Health. Wingate University is exploring adding a program next year. More importantly, if you study public health, you’ll discover how you can make a difference in the health of your community, your nation or even in the world.
Wingate coursework that is being explored would include classes in social sciences, health education, global health, epidemiology, statistics, healthcare management/ systems, and health ethics. High school courses that could help you excel in Public Health include statistics, sociology, health science and foreign language. Psychology, environmental science, chemistry and biology can also help give you a solid foundation.
Did You Know?
Public health professionals are leading the nation’s response to the COVID19 pandemic through surveillance, testing, modeling, and education. They are on the front lines, making a difference in the health and safety of the American