BS, Health Promotion / MPH Master of Public Health

Are you ready to Decide on Daemen?

Deposit today
Over 95 percent of Daemen’s most recent BS/MPH graduates are working in a public health related field.

Earn your bachelor’s and master’s degrees in just five years, while gaining knowledge and experience for rewarding careers in a vastly growing field.

Program Benefits

  • Learn to protect and improve the health and well-being of people and communities through education, health policy development, research for disease and injury prevention and more. 
  • Professional development coursework builds career skills and prepares students for hands-on experiences such as a career field experience, and local or international health-related community projects.
  • Curriculum combines skill-based health studies with a strong background in the psychological, sociological, behavioral, and business aspects of health care.
  • The BS curriculum provides specializations in health and fitness, as well as community health, where students can focus on education, administration or community health principles. 
  • MPH courses are face-to-face, hybrid, and online and are offered during late afternoons and evenings to accommodate the working professional. 
  • Skill-based electives provide students with expertise they can directly apply during their fieldwork and capstone.
  • Our active MPH Student Association sponsors many activities, including on-campus public health awareness events, attending local and national public health conferences, fundraising, community service initiatives and social events.

Career Outlook

Public health is an exciting and growing profession and allows our graduates to be employed in a variety of settings.

  • Health departments
  • Managed care organizations
  • Community-based organizations
  • Consulting firms
  • Hospitals
  • Academic institutions
  • Global health organizations
  • Research teams

Popular careers include:

  • Health program managers
  • Outreach coordinator
  • Medical outcomes data analyst
  • Discharge planner
Lucy Connery, ’19/20

Health promotion, community health principles; Spanish; Master’s in Public Health

Lucy Connery, ’19/20

Associate Director at the Wellness Institute of Greater Buffalo & WNY, Inc.

Program Specifics