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From The Chair

Ronald Gimbal"We seek to improve health service delivery, public health practice, and the health status of the University community, the citizens of the state of South Carolina, the nation, and across the globe through the integration of our research, teaching and service."

~ Ron Gimbel, Ph.D., Chair

CEPH Accreditation

 Council on Education for Public HealthClemson University’s Department of Public Health Sciences’ Bachelor of Science in Health Science degree concentrations in Health Service Administration, Health Promotion and Behavior and Pre-professional Studies in Health are now fully accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health. CEPH, an independent agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education, reviews schools and departments of public health for accreditation every seven years.  We welcome you to view our self-study report and CEPH’s final accreditation report.

» Read our self study report
» CEPH’s final accreditation report
» For more information about CEPH accreditation at Council on Education for Public Health

Prospective Students!!

Join us for a virtual information session with the academic advisor for Public Health Sciences majors. Learn more about each major, ways to get involved, research opportunities, study abroad, and more.

  • Tuesday, April 6 at 7:00 PM
  • Friday, April 9 at 3:00 PM

NOTE: These events are intended for prospective, non-admitted students interested in Clemson University. If you have been admitted to Clemson, congratulations! You can find a schedule of events reserved for you through your admitted student portal. Refer to your admitted student information provided by the Admissions office for additional details.

Prospective students can register for an upcoming information session through the link below:

https://admissions.clemson.edu/portal/clemsonpublichealthsci

Clemson University and Hitachi Healthcare

Inspiring future leaders

Clemson University and Hitachi Healthcare: Inspiring future leadersCardiovascular disease is the number one cause of death. It accounts for 31 percent of deaths globally1 and for more than $351 billion in health expenditures, costs which are expected to increase by 100 percent by 2035. More than ever, there is a growing need for a highly trained workforce that can play a critical role in reducing these alarming statistics. Clemson University and Hitachi Healthcare Americas are answering this call. The two have joined forces to accelerate innovation in cardiovascular imaging to help students reach their full potential. Read More

Upcoming Events

AUG12

General Education Program Retreat - 3rd annual

8:30 am to 3:30 pm

Watt Family Innovation Center