The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences has a designation called “public health interest” for students who are not sure if they want to declare public health as a major or who don’t qualify for direct admission to the BA or BS degree programs right out of high school.
If you are a public health interest student in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences- you MUST apply for standard admission during your first year to become a Public Health Major. You do not automatically matriculate into the Public Health Major. For information on how to apply to the Public Health Major through standard admission, please go here.
Who are public health interest students?
Do I take different classes my first year as a public health interest student than if I were directly admitted?
Why should I declare a public health interest?
How do I declare a public health interest?
I didn't declare a public health interest, can I still apply for the major?