Hiram College

Hiram’s public health degree prepares graduates for entry-level positions in health education, project management and/or communication at federal, state and nonprofit agencies, research institutions and industries. Upon graduation, students may also choose to pursue an advanced degree in medicine, public health, law, social work, health administration or other academic disciplines.

Hiram’s public health program gives students an opportunity to personalize their major through coursework while offering basic degree requirements such as epidemiology, biostatistics, environmental health, health systems, policy and global heath.