Texas A&M University-BS-Community Health
Texas A&M University
Degree/Major: BS - Community Health
Concentration(s): Human Diseases, Drugs and Society, Global Health, Human Sexuality
The Bachelor of Science in Community Health degree, provides a foundation for students planning to enter the health education field.
Community health graduates work in a variety of settings, including:
- Government health agencies (e.g., local public health departments),
- Voluntary health organizations (e.g., American Heart Association),
- Schools/universities, and
- Other health-related organizations.
Graduates also have furthered their education attending masters and/or doctoral programs, or law school. Past graduates have held positions in related health fields such as nursing, occupational or physical therapy, pharmacy, worksite wellness programs, continuous quality improvement, and research.
Type of program: On-campus/classroom program
Number of students enrolled in the most recent fall semester: 171 students
Number of graduates for the most recent academic year: 0 graduates
Program accreditation: none
Contact InformationCollege of College of Education
4243 TAMU Blocker Building
155 Ireland Street
College Station, TX 77843
Program website: https://hlkn.tamu.edu/academics/bs-community-health/