Public health is one of the world’s most pressing problems—and one of its fastest-growing fields: the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that 250,000 public health careers will open up in the near future.

At Saint Rose, you’ll gain a thorough knowledge of the many factors that have an impact on community health. In a curriculum that draws from a wide range of disciplines—from global health and biology to social work and political science—you can study the biology and politics of AIDS, environmental ethics, child abuse and family violence, social justice, global healthcare, and pathogenic microbiology.