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Students entering the Public Health, BS program choose one of three concentrations: community health, prehealth professions, or worksite health promotion. The community health and worksite health promotion concentrations both require a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75 for entry. Students entering the prehealth professions concentration must have a minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA and a grade of B or higher earned at a college or university in the following courses: BIOL 1100 , BIOL 1101 , BIOL 1200 , BIOL 1201 ; CHEM 1150 , CHEM 1151 , CHEM 1160 , CHEM 1161 .
Students must declare the major on or before reaching 75 credit hours. Any changes to intended concentration must occur before concentration declaration. Transfer students or other students entering ECU with over 60 credit hours must meet declaration requirements within one semester. Second degree students must meet declaration requirements within two semesters.
The program does not award or accept academic credit for life experiences or previous employment experience, including course credit granted by noncollegiate organizations/certifications.
The degree requires a minimum of 120 s.h. as follows: