Undergraduate Programs

Undergraduate degrees in the School of Public Health are offered in Public Health Studies and in Applied Health & Fitness. The Public Health Studies curriculum is designed around a common core and five specialized concentrations: healthy aging, community health promotion, pre-clinical health science, school health educator, and health services administration. 

The Applied Health & Fitness degree has 3 specialized focus areas: fitness & exercise, fitness for special populations, and health coaching. 

Degree Maps and Learning Outcomes

Admission requirements

Applied Health Fitness B.A./B.S.

Human Lactation Undergraduate Certificate

Public Health Studies B.A./B.S.

Aging Services Minor

Community Health Minor

Health Studies Secondary Education Program

Community Health Courses

PE Courses

Degree Maps, Learning Outcomes, and Grade Requirements

To view the degree maps and expected learning outcomes for the School of Public Health's undergraduate degrees, go to www.pdx.edu/academic-programs/undergraduate-programs.

A grade of C- or better is mandatory in all coursework required for degrees in the School of Public Health. With the exception of internship credits, courses taken under the undifferentiated grading option (pass/no pass) will not be accepted toward fulfilling the majors or minors offered within the School. Students must fulfill all general University requirements in addition to specific school requirements.