The curriculum frame in the department covers liberal arts, basic medicine, basic public health, and four major fields of public health: biostatistics & epidemiology, health administration & management, environmental & occupational health, and social & behavioral science. Curriculum also includes holistic and service learning courses that are the features of the university. Graduation requires finishing university-required 20 credits, department-required 65 credits, elective course 31 credits, and holistic common education 12 credits. After finishing the above 128 credits, a student can acquire B.S. degree from the Department of Public Health.


There are three groups in Master Program: Environment and Occupational Health, Health Promotion and Management, Hospital Management.

Curriculum includes common courses, such as research methodology, thesis writing, common elective courses, and professional elective courses. After finishing department-required 11 credits, professional elective course 22 credits, and thesis writing course 4 credits. After finishing 33 credits, a student can acquire M.S. degree from the Department of Public Health.
*Hospital Management Group share courses with the College of Management, which is accredited by AACSB (the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business). Students have to take 9 credits in elective EMBA core courses.