Lehigh University, College of Health
Degree options for students/career opportunities for faculty
The Lehigh University College of Health (COH), founded as a brand-new college to historic Lehigh University in 2019, is rapidly growing its programs and faculty striving to shape a brighter future for the global population through innovative approaches to teaching and research.
The College offers two undergraduate majors, a BS in Population Health and a BA in Community and Global Health. Undergraduates can also enroll in 4+1 dual undergraduate and graduate programs in Public Health,Population Health, and Health Systems Engineering.
In Fall 2022, the College will launch three graduate programs, a M.S. in Population Health, a MPH and a MBA/MPH. Full-time graduate students can earn the MPH or MS degree within two years or an MBA/MPH in 18 months. In addition to the traditional MPH and MS programs, current Lehigh undergraduate students can also enroll in a 4+1 accelerated dual undergraduate and graduate program. Graduate certificates in Population Health as well as in Global Population Health are also available.
The new home of the College of Health will be in the leading-edge Health, Science and Technology (HST) building. The 195,000-square-foot facility will house a health data warehouse, an artificial intelligence and data visualization laboratory, and a community partnership engagement space. The building has been designed with open-concept laboratories and team work space to promote collaboration and innovation in health, science, and technology, research, education and partnerships.. Interdisciplinary teams will populate the building; undergraduates will engage in high-impact, hands-on learning experiences, working alongside graduate students and faculty researchers in an atmosphere of constant innovation and change.
The College of Health is ready to solve critical health issues with real data and community engagement. We hope you’ll want to explore how your goals may fit as a part of our family. To learn more about the Lehigh University College of Health, please visit health.lehigh.edu.