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Professionals employed in public health work to improve the health and well-being of communities and individuals. The ways in which the public health professional improves community well-being will depend on their specific job title. Health educators are a prominent specialization in this field; they work to teach communities ways in which they can improve their health and develop better habits. Medical and health social workers, on the other hand, work one-on-one with individuals who are facing health problems, to help them deal with the emotional, financial, and physical issues of ill health and improve their health for the future. Health and medical services managers represent another specialty in this career field. They deal with the administrative issues of running community clinics and other public health services organizations. 

Most professionals in this field need at least a bachelor’s degree in a relevant area, in order to launch their career. Public health, public policy, health services management, anthropology, and sociology degrees could all be relevant for professionals in this field. Master’s degrees are required for some management and upper-level research positions. 

The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts strong job growth and good job opportunities for most public health specialties in the coming years. As healthcare becomes increasingly expensive and the aging Baby Boom population strains the healthcare system, more public health professionals will be needed to provide adequate healthcare services. The average health services manager earns $80,000 a year; health educators earn around $44,000, and health and medical social workers earn $47,000.

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Accredited Colleges Offering Public Health Degrees
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Ashford University Annual Tuition $10,632 - $13,400 Recommend Rate 100% (1 review)
118 Programs, 1 in Public Health (view all)
Campuses: Online
  • BA/Health and Human Services
Capella University Annual Tuition $13,176 Recommend Rate 75% (8 reviews)
261 Programs, 5 in Public Health (view all)
Campuses: Online
  • DHA - Health Policy and Advocacy
  • Doctor of Public Health (DRPH)
  • DrPH - Public Health
  • MPH - Public Health
Arizona State University Annual Tuition $15,529 - $25,458 Recommend Rate Add Review
165 Programs, 5 in Public Health (view all)
Campuses: Online
  • BA in Global Health
  • BS in Community Health
  • BS in Health Sciences (Healthy Lifestyles Coaching)
  • DBH in Behavioral Health (Clinical)
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A.T. Still University of Health Sciences
Campuses: Kirksville
Annual Tuition $31,493 Recommend Rate Add Review
Adelphi University
Campuses: Garden City
Annual Tuition $34,034 Recommend Rate Add Review
Agnes Scott College
Campuses: Decatur
Annual Tuition $37,236 Recommend Rate Add Review
Air Force Institute of Technology
Campuses: Wright Patterson AFB
Annual Tuition $17,760 Recommend Rate Add Review
Allegheny College
Campuses: Meadville
Annual Tuition $42,470 Recommend Rate Add Review
Allen College
Campuses: Waterloo
Annual Tuition $17,373 Recommend Rate Add Review
American International College
Campuses: Springfield
Annual Tuition $31,870 Recommend Rate Add Review
American Public University System
Campuses: Charles Town
Annual Tuition $6,880 Recommend Rate Add Review
Anne Arundel Community College
Campuses: Arnold
Annual Tuition $12,024 Recommend Rate Add Review
Anoka-Ramsey Community College
Campuses: Coon Rapids
Annual Tuition $5,022 Recommend Rate Add Review
Appalachian State University
Campuses: Boone
Annual Tuition $20,677 Recommend Rate Add Review
Arcadia University
Campuses: Glenside
Annual Tuition $39,560 Recommend Rate 100% (1 review)
Argosy University
Campuses: Seattle
Annual Tuition $13,560 - $13,968 Recommend Rate 100% (1 review)
Argosy University Online
Campuses: Phoenix
Annual Tuition $18,084 Recommend Rate 100% (1 review)
Arizona State University
Campuses: Tempe, Glendale, Scottsdale, Mesa, ...
Annual Tuition $15,529 - $25,458 Recommend Rate Add Review
Arizona Western College
Campuses: Yuma, San Luis, Parker
Annual Tuition $9,530 Recommend Rate Add Review
Arkansas State University
Campuses: Jonesboro
Annual Tuition $14,050 Recommend Rate Add Review
Armstrong State University
Campuses: Savannah
Annual Tuition $15,616 Recommend Rate Add Review
Ashford University
Campuses: San Diego
Annual Tuition $10,632 - $13,400 Recommend Rate 100% (1 review)
Augusta University
Campuses: Augusta
Annual Tuition $22,990 Recommend Rate Add Review
Augustana College - IL
Campuses: Rock Island
Annual Tuition $38,466 Recommend Rate Add Review
Baldwin Wallace University
Campuses: Berea
Annual Tuition $29,908 Recommend Rate Add Review
Ball State University
Campuses: Muncie
Annual Tuition $25,016 Recommend Rate Add Review
Bank Street College of Education
Campuses: New York
Annual Tuition $34,956 Recommend Rate Add Review
Barry University
Campuses: Miami Shores
Annual Tuition $28,800 Recommend Rate Add Review
Barton College
Campuses: Wilson
Annual Tuition $27,941 Recommend Rate Add Review
Baylor University
Campuses: Waco
Annual Tuition $40,198 Recommend Rate Add Review
Bemidji State University
Campuses: Bemidji
Annual Tuition $8,366 Recommend Rate Add Review
Benedict College
Campuses: Columbia
Annual Tuition $18,288 Recommend Rate Add Review
Benedictine University
Campuses: Lisle
Annual Tuition $27,465 Recommend Rate Add Review

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