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Understanding health

from a holistic perspective
Our undergraduate and graduate degrees prepare you to assess how determinants like access, education, social support networks or motivation interact to impact individual behavioral decisions. Participate in faculty-led research related to disease prevention, behavior change, policy impact and overall health within a variety of community populations. Graduates utilize their skills in a variety of professional settings, including health care facilities, non-profit organizations, schools and community or governmental agencies. Undergraduate students are also prepared to further their education by pursuing graduate degrees in medicine, public health, athletic training, health education, physical therapy, nursing and healthcare administration. 

Student SupportFrom admission to graduation and beyond.

Our faculty are here to help you achieve academic and professional success.  


MEET OUR FACULTY

 

Sara Watson

During my internship at the American Indian Research group, I created webinars, infographics and resource guides for tribal communities to use during and after the coronavirus pandemic. My courses that focused around individual, community and environmental health supported me in this effort and are helping me achieve my goal of becoming an epidemiologist.

- Sara Watson
Community Health student

Contact

Dr. Bridget Miller Associate ProfessorPublic Health427 Willard Hall405-744-7680bridget.miller@okstate.edu
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