Public Health

The interdisciplinary minor in Public Health provides students with an introduction to the basic concepts and principles related to the American public health system. Through active engagement in courses, students will complete opportunities and case studies in health behavior, community assessment, epidemiology, and program development related to a broad array of community issues and populations.

Courses in the Public Health minor come from a variety of disciplines. A multidisciplinary approach will provide students with a foundation for thinking more broadly about the nature and constructs related to providing comprehensive public health services in our communities.

Karl LarsonProfessor507-933-7591
Mary GaeblerAssociate Professor507-933-6290
Heidi Meyer ’98Associate Professor507-933-6094
Lynnea Myers ’05Associate Professor507-933-6346
Marta Podemska-MikluchAssociate Professor507-933-6120
Jessica StadickAssociate Professor507-933-6126
Suzanne WilsonAssociate Professor507-933-7426
Joe ViskerVisiting Assistant Professor
Julia Whitcomb ’14Visiting Instructor507-933-7617