Sheryl L. Kosakowski, MS, MBA
Interim Executive Director of Graduate Admissions
This professional, practice-based degree prepares graduates to assume leadership roles in a variety of public health settings at the local, state, federal, and international level. Graduates can work in a variety of settings including governmental organizations, community-based agencies, non-profit entities, schools, and medical facilities. The Master of Public Health at Bay Path University was designed to give students an advantage by offering unique curriculum with a focus on epidemiology and management.
A public health degree is a minimum requirement for many high demand jobs, including epidemiologists, environmental health specialists, public health policy advisors, advanced health educators, and health survey researchers.