Public Health Undergraduate Programs

Public Health Undergraduate Programs


Discover your voice in public health with the George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health’s (GWSPH) undergraduate programs.



Undergraduate Programs Overview


Undergrad students studying together

A public health school in the heart of the nation’s capital, GWSPH gives undergraduate students the chance to gain hands-on skills, join a global network of public health professionals and work with domestic and international health organizations.

You will graduate with the knowledge, network and experience to pave your future on your own terms.




Undergraduate Degree Options


GWSPH undergraduate programs offer you the choice of three major fields of study and four minor fields of study.

Within each program, you will find curriculum that prepares you for future practice and study. Each undergraduate degree includes coursework specific to your area of interest as well as the principles of population health, critical thinking and lifelong learning.







Why choose the George Washington University for your Bachelor's Degree in Public Health?


Our curriculum options offer you the opportunity to learn valuable skills needed to thrive in your desired field and allow you to home in on what is most important to you.

You will be taught by world-renowned faculty invested in your success and graduate as part of an extensive alumni network that is leading the public health landscape.

Request information about receiving your undergraduate degree from the George Washington University.