The Department of Public Health at Baylor University is a team of scientists committed to measuring health, promoting health equity, improving the well-being of vulnerable and underserved populations in every community, and training the next generation of public health researchers and practitioners. We value the diversity of students, faculty, communities, and ideas, and collaborate to serve and support the health of vulnerable and underserved populations.
The Bachelor of Science in Public Health (BSPH) at Baylor is a nationally accredited degree program that prepares students to promote healthy lifestyles and enhance quality of life for individuals and communities.
The on-campus MPH program offers a strong practice-based approach, global health opportunities, and low faculty-student ratio to provide students with a quality learning experience that can enhance career development.
The online MPH program is designed for compassionate, aspiring public health advocates, preparing students to serve others and improve quality of life across populations by promoting health and wellness locally and globally.
Students in the PhD in Public Health program learn to analyze and inform public health approaches, examine sweeping public health issues, build a career in public health research, and use that research to make a difference
"I could see how Public Health students had an impact on the community in real time, instead of sitting in a classroom and reading about it in a textbook or hearing about it in a lecture."
"Our classroom is all over the place. The Public Health program at Baylor trains you to work in all different arenas of health and healthcare."
"The experiences in the joint degree provided me with a toolbox that included research and writing skills, a hunger for helping educate others, and the confidence to continue pursuing my goals."
Erin Cleary is a current student at Baylor University, finishing her Master of Public Health (MPH) in Epidemiology, and she plans to begin a prestigious fellowship with the California Epidemiologic Investigation Service (EIS) after graduation. Erin lets us in on the Baylor Public Health program, her journey to epidemiology, and her unique interests in the field.