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B.S. Language and International Health (L&IH) Joint Program

The Department of Languages in the College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities and the Department of Public Health Sciences offers a joint Bachelor of Science in languages and international health. Students in this degree program will acquire knowledge in public health theory and practice, including the history and philosophy of public health and medicine; the organization, management and financing of health services; the social and behavioral aspects of health, epidemiology, health evaluation methods and health communications. Students will also acquire communicative competence in the target language and its culture, literature, health environments and multicultural issues. This program requires the completion of one semester of study abroad. Read More

This degree program is located in the Department of Languages located at 713 Strode Tower. For more information contact Dr. Kelly Peebles, director and associate professor in the Department of Languages - (864) 656-3393.

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Kristin Goodenow, PHS Academic Advising

Kristin Goodenow
Academic Advising Center
College of Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences
309 Edwards Hall
(864) 656-5123