Public Health - Undergraduate (PHUN)

PHUN 101. Introduction to Public Health - SB3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Fall, Spring

Description: The central course question addressed is "What is the history and enterprise of public health?" In learning the answer, the course explores population health, health equity, and of course the public health enterprise. Critical thinking is an integral part of the exploration and is discussed and applied using a variety of instructional methods.

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PHUN 102. Introduction to Public Health (Honors) - SB3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Fall Only

Prerequisite(s): Enrolled in the Honors Program.

Description: The central course question addressed is "What is the history and enterprise of public health?" In learning the answer, the course explores population health, health equity, and of course the public health enterprise. Critical thinking is an integral part of the exploration and is discussed and applied using a variety of instructional methods.

Note: Taught at Honors level.

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PHUN 550. Special Topics in Public Health Sciences1-6 Units

Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor.

Description: In-depth exploration of public health sciences topics to advance students' knowledge in aspects of field not covered at same depth in existing courses. Taught simultaneously at graduate and undergraduate levels.

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