Health focused. Student centered.
If you’re looking for a livelihood that improves the health and wellness of communities and individuals, the Department of Community and Environmental Health (CEH) has a career path for you.
Department of Community and Environmental Health (CEH)
With a range of options in health studies and public health you can choose a degree that speaks to your passions and career goals. The Department of Community and Environmental Health offers undergraduate, graduate, and certificate programs, as well as an online degree completion program.
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Master of Health Science Program Ranks No. 12 Nationally
The CEH Master of Health Science program has ranked #12 on a national list of the top master’s degrees in public health for 2019.
Student and alumni satisfaction, job prospects, and affordability were all factors that determined the ranking based on data from the National Center for Education and the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Read more about the Master of Health Science national ranking.
Collaborate. Innovate. Grow.
We put students at the center of our work and provide outstanding experiential learning and mentorship opportunities. Our emphasis on applied skills prepares students for a wide range of careers and leadership roles.
The Mission of the Department of Community and Environmental Health is to contribute to the enhancement of human health and the environment through educational programs, research, and community service.
College of Health Sciences
The College of Health Sciences houses the Health Services and three academic schools: the School of Allied Health Sciences, the School of Nursing and the School of Social Work. With a central Student Services and Academic Advising office to support students and a central Office of Research to support faculty researchers, the college strives to make the most of its resources to provide high quality, affordable, relevant education to its students and the campus community through initiatives like BroncoFit. The college believes that students can learn even more from each other through Interprofessional Education learning opportunities