What can I do with a Public Health degree?

When Mar 18, 2021
from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Where Webinar
Contact Name
Contact Phone 1-502-852-0731
Add event to calendarvCal

Public Health has always played a critical role in the promotion of health, prevention of diseases and bringing improvement in quality of life. With the outbreak of novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) across the world the need for public health research & study have grown globally. Public health may sound or mean community clinics or health awareness campaigns to many, but the field is much more than that. Public health professionals are involved in everything from identifying diseases to creating health policy to analyzing health data to managing healthcare institutions. 

Dean Craig Blakely and assistant professor Susan Buchino, will help you analyze and learn about these careers and others within the public health discipline during this webinar. You can learn about the essential functions of public health and various available domains of public health studies needed to enter, advance, and succeed in the field.

Register & Attend this LIVE webinar titled "What can I do with a Public Health degree? " to start your career towards being a public health professional.

Key takeaways:

  • What is Public Health? Learn about the various functions of public health.
  • Learn about the various public health degree programs offered by University of Louisville.
  • Learn how applicants from diverse academic backgrounds can get involved in public health career.
  • Explore numerous career opportunities in the field of public health.
  • Get answers to your admissions and degree related questions directly from faculty and staff members.

The LIVE session will be followed by a Q&A session wherein you can pose your questions to Drs. Blakely and Buchino in real time and get answers right away.


Stay connected TwitterFacebook LinkedIn YouTubeInstagram