The Public Health Honors Program trains students to conduct sustained, supervised research in topics and practices pertaining to the field of Public Health. Public Health Honors students work closely with a faculty mentor, take Honors and Public Health courses, present their finished research at the Undergraduate Showcase, and write an Honors thesis based on their research/Applied Learning Experience.
Students must first declare and be accepted into the Public Health undergraduate (BA) program, then apply to the Honors program AFTER consultation with the Public Health undergraduate advisor. A 3.2 minimum GPA is required. Students will need a departmental approval form (to be found on the Honors website Apply page), signed by the the Public Health undergraduate advisor as part of the Honors application.
To find out more about the Honors Program, visit the Honors Program Website.