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About The Faculty of Public Health

Awareness in public health has been the key to solving many of the complex health issues faced around the world. Aging populations, increased environmental pollution, and exploding urbanizations have all influenced the rise of new disease epidemics. This increase in public health concerns has motivated communities to advance in preventative medicine. Thanks to public health initiatives, millions of people are still alive today. From nutritional health to viral immunizations, public health is all about helping people avoid serious illnesses and remain healthy.

At St Theresa International College, the Faculty of Public Health has the very important mission of training students to address the health issues that are affecting the Kingdom of Thailand and the international community. Through excellence in research and public services, we make it our duty to convert population-based knowledge into strategies that prevent the occurrences of human disabilities and disease outbreaks.

We currently offer two programs:

The flexibility of our Bachelors of Science in Public Health programs prepares students for multidisciplinary public health work environments of today and tomorrow.

Our Bachelors of Science in Occupational Health and Safety is designed to train students in systematic management of workplace safety, and teaches students preventative strategies for avoiding the occurrences of life-threatening industrial accidents.

Our cooperation with numerous clinics, hospitals and health centers give students a window of opportunity for gaining real-world insights into the health issues that are affecting the population today.