The BS in Public Health at Phoenicia University introduces students to global health issues, such as health disparities, emerging infectious diseases, chronic diseases, communication in healthcare, and modes of health care delivery in private and public healthcare systems. This program equips undergraduates with knowledge of the effects of genetics, nutrition, and society on health and disease.
Additionally, this degree prepares students for a career that combines nutrition, health promotion and education with communications and project management. It can also be the initial step on the path of graduate studies in public health or other health related professions. Graduates of the Public Health program commits to promote the health and well-being of communities and to reduce the risk of chronic diseases and environmental issues across the lifespan and throughout rural, urban, and unprivileged societies.