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Undergraduate Program

Undergraduate Program

Public Health

The undergraduate program in Public Health is designed for students interested in public health education and/or other health professions and offers two concentrations: 1) health education and health promotion and 2) health professions. Students enrolled in the health education and health promotion concentration will prepare for careers as public health educators in various settings. The health professions concentration is appropriate for students interested in graduate study in physical therapy or medicine, as well as other allied health and public health professions

In addition to the University core curriculum, the Public Health degree requires 51 hours of major coursework. Though students may choose from a variety of elective courses in addition to the specific major courses, other courses (as approved by and selected in consultation with your program advisor) may also be considered to satisfy prerequisite courses for future graduate program pursuits. Total coursework required for the degree is 120 semester hours. The specific major courses can be found on the course checklists.

Please see course checklists for specific course information.

Please view the undergraduate catalog for program requirements.

Athletic Training Program

The mission of the Athletic Training Program (AT Program) is to prepare students for the Board of Certification (BOC) Certification Examination and careers in athletic training by providing quality coursework that emphasizes evidence-based practice and patient centered care and offering exposure to a variety of directed clinical education experiences and healthcare professionals.

The University of Alabama (UA) AT Program will be known as a top AT program in the country for all students who seek exceptional educational opportunities. The UA AT program will be a student-centered program committed to providing supreme learning experiences and superior healthcare that emphasizes the growth of students as athletic trainers and members of society.