Officers of the College:
The College of Public Health (CPH) at Phoenicia University is dedicated to excellence in teaching and learning, research, and community service by preparing a cadre of professionals who provide leadership in evidence-based approaches to promote the health and well-being of individuals and communities. CPH students will engage in interdisciplinary education, research, and hands-on projects emphasizing local, regional, and global public health issues.
The College of Public Health is led by a Dean who overseas the three offered academic programs:
- Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Speech Therapy
- Bachelor of Science (BS) in Public Health
- Bachelor of Science (BS) in Nursing
In a world where sufficient access to health care is becoming increasingly rare, the College of Public Health aims to provide its students with the highest level of education in the fields of public health, health care administration, nursing, and speech therapy. CPH students are educated, trained, and equipped to graduate as practitioners who will have a lasting impact on the general living conditions and health of the population they will serve.
- Offer a diverse educational degree program that graduates health professionals who are well prepared and equipped to compete and excel in their chosen field
- Boost and develop students’ health care knowledge and leadership through academic inquiry while applying critical research skills and using current, practical health care models
- Enhance students’ understanding of diverse population groups in health care and prepare them to take leadership roles in the rapidly changing health care environment
- Enhance students’ understanding of the political, social, legal, and ethical issues that they may encounter and which might impact the health care practice
- Gain the knowledge and skills that help bridge between theory, research, community public health awareness, and clinical care
The College of Public Health offers the following degrees: