According to the University of Arkansas, "Public health is an exciting, diverse major that focuses on disease prevention and health promotion needs at the community level. Public health work is conducted by teams of clinicians, epidemiologists, behavioral scientists, environmental scientists, health education specialists, health inspectors, statisticians, and health administrators. Students receiving a B.S. in Public Health will be trained for entry-level public health positions found in government agencies, health corporations, and community non-profit organizations. Graduates are employed in a variety of settings, including: public health departments, non-governmental agencies, hospitals, health care management organizations, and health care accrediting agencies. The public health degree at the University of Arkansas is specifically focused on health promotion, health behavior and health education. In accordance, graduates are eligible for the Certified Health Education Specialist credential."

Administrative Research Assistant

Manager

Air Quality Specialist

Marketing Representative

Analyst

Maternal and Child Health Specialist

Biostatistician

Medical Assistant

CDC Research Analyst

Medical Social Worker

Cessation Counselor

Medical Staff Relations Specialist

Child Interview Specialist

Mental Health Therapist

City Health Planner

Microbiologist

Claims Examiner

Nonprofit Organization Director

Community Outreach Coordinator

Nutritionist

Counselor

Outpatient Clinic Services Director

Crisis Intake Specialist

Patient Care Assistant

Dentist

Pharmacist

Disease Intervention Specialist

Physician Assistant

Epidemiologist

Policy Analyst

Epidemiologist

Practitioner

Field Researcher

Professor

Finance Manager

Program Coordinator

Food Protection Agent

Provider Relations Specialist

Fund Raiser

Psychologist

Grant Writer

Public Health Administrator

Health Management Coordinator

Public Health Educator

Health Promotion Specialist

Public Health Lawyer

HIV/AIDS Specialist

Public Relations Specialist

Housing Quality Specialist

Researcher

Human Resources Specialist

Risk Assessment Analyst

Infection Control Practitioner

Social Worker

Information Coordinator

Therapist

Information Technologist

Volunteer Coordinator

International/Global Health Specialist

Wellness Program Coordinator

Lobbyist

Writer/Editor

Ability to Work with Diverse Populations

Enthusiastic

Presentation Skills

Communication Skills (Oral & Written)

Intrapersonal Skills

Problem Solving Skills

Dedicated to Helping Others

Positive Attitude

Research Methodology

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