The Department of Community and Environmental Health offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in a number of areas, as well as non-degree programs and graduate certificates. Explore all of our degree programs and offerings below.
CEH offers three undergraduate degrees: Bachelor of Arts (BA), Bachelor of Science (BS) in Health Studies, and Bachelor of Science (BS) in Public Health. We offer a Graduate degree in Master of Health Science with three emphases. The below table displays the hierarchy of CEH’s degrees, majors, and emphases, which appear on the undergraduate’s diploma.
List of CEH Degrees with associated majors and emphases.
|Bachelor of Arts||Public Health (Online)||N/A|
|Bachelor of Science||Health Studies||- General
|Bachelor of Science||Public Health||- General
|Master of Health Science||Health Science||- Health Policy
- Health Promotion
- Health Services Leadership
* In addition to working on your degree, students wishing to earn a clinical degree after graduation may select a Pre-Professional designation for advising purposes. Please note: a designation will not appear on the diploma, but is listed in the student’s transcript.
- BA in Public Health (Online degree completion program)
Special Note: BA in Public Health link will take you out of the CEH website and to the Boise State Online web page.
- BS in Health Studies (General Health Studies, Health Informatics and Information Management–HIIM, and Science)
- BS in Public Health (General Public Health, Environmental & Occupational Health and Safety-EOHS, and Health Education and Promotion-HEP)
Community and Environmental Health (CEH) Courses
Students take a combination of courses from CEH, in their chosen emphasis area, and other departments. Review the comprehensive list of all CEH courses offered. A subset of these courses is required for each emphasis area. If your emphasis or course(s) is not listed, please see your declared catalog year.
Pre-Professional Pathways are not degrees, they are used as an advising tool for students who intend to apply to a professional school. This option serves students who have declared a designation in pre-chiropractic, pre-dental, pre-dental hygiene, pre-dietetics, pre-medical laboratory science, pre-medicine, pre-occupational therapy, pre-optometry, pre-pharmacy, pre-physical therapy, pre-physician assistant, pre-speech-language pathology, or pre-veterinary medicine. For information about academic preparation for any of the healthcare pre-professional professions consult with the advisors in the College of Health Sciences – Academic Advising office.