Students who study Social and Behavioral Sciences learn to address the social and behavioral determinants of health through the lenses of health promotion, illness prevention, and barriers to health behavior change on both individual and health system levels.
The college offers an accelerated 4+1 program that allows students to earn a bachelor of science and master of public health in five years. Learn more about the 4+1.
Master of Public Health-Master of Social Work*
*The College of Public Health also offers a dual degree that allows students to earn both a master of public health in social and behavioral sciences and a master of social work. Students interested in the MPH-MSW program must apply to each program separately and indicate their interest in the dual degree.
Faculty and Research
These programs are housed in the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Learn more about faculty and research opportunities.