Summary of the B. A. Health Studies Degree
Prospective students who are interested overall in the subject area of public health, and who are interested in learning how to analyze and problem solve within the public health discipline are encouraged to examine this major closely. More details about Health Studies are available on our web site.
Program Location and Classes
Classes are held on the Bothell campus. Many classes for this major are currently under development, but classes that meet all in-person and classes that meet on a hybrid basis (some in-person, some online meetings) are both expected to be developed. Current details about course offerings are available here, but more details will be posted as they become available.
Health Studies will admit its first group of students to start in this major for Fall 2013. Right now, annual Fall admissions are planned, but we hope to admit students more than once a year as soon as we can. Details regarding our admission requirements and the application process are now available.
Courses required for the degree are listed here.
How the Degree Works
To earn a B. A. in Health Studies requires 62 credits of Health studies courses, plus a variety of other courses and electives. Total number of credits required for the degree is 180. The specific course breakdown for graduation is listed here.
What Students Will Learn
Students in our program will develop knowledge and skills useful for improving public health practice. More details are available here.
Current UW Bothell tuition rates are accessible in the UW Bothell Tuition and Fees section (click on Tuition Rates, then select UW Bothell and your correct student status). Financial Aid and scholarships are available; please consult the UW Bothell Financial Aid office for more information.
For More Information
Details about who to contact for more information about the Health Studies degree are available in this section.
Health Studies Information Sessions
Do you have questions about our new Health Studies major, or the major application process? If so, please attend one of our upcoming information sessions:
Feb. 6, 5pm-6pm, UW1-103
Feb. 20, 3:30pm-4:30pm, UW1-103
Feb. 27, 5pm-6pm, UW1-103
Feb. 28, 2pm-3pm, UW1-103
March 5, 2pm-3pm, UW1-211B
March 7, 3pm-4pm, UW1-211B
For questions, or to make an appointment for one-on-one advising, please contact Kerri Hatfield, firstname.lastname@example.org or 425-352-5263.