• Careers
  • by Chamberlain College of Nursing
  • Mar 20, 2018

Could a Career in Public Health be Right for You?

The field of public health is vast and multi-faceted, but the overall goal of public health remains the same: to improve the health and well-being of all people on a local and global level. Professionals working in this field are involved in everything from identifying diseases and creating public policy to helping refugees integrate into new communities and environmental safety.

As a result, an incredibly diverse number of occupations fall under the umbrella of public health. Check out the following infographic to see how a career in public health might be right for you.

Nearly all careers all careers listed below require a Master’s Degree in Public Health. Learn more about Chamberlain’s Master in Public Health degree program here.

Master in Public Health Infographic













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