Global Population Health Certificate
The Global Population Health Certificate is a 14-16 credit program in the College of Health that includes core courses in global population health, experiential learning, and international field work relating to global health. Students will gain an understanding of global health concerns and their determinants, and comparative approaches for health promotion, disease prevention, and health care delivery in the international sphere.
Certificate programs are open to all students and can complement majors pursued within Lehigh’s other undergraduate colleges.
Careers in Population Health
Lehigh’s population health alumni can pursue careers in the private sector, non-profit organizations, or local, state, federal, and international governmental institutions or go on to obtain graduate level research or clinical training. They work in fields such as: epidemiology, medicine, data science, biostatistics, global health, health economics, health policy, community health, health promotion, and health technology and innovation.