As part of UWM’s long-term strategic planning, several UWM schools and colleges are being realigned. The process is underway and will be effective July 1, 2023. Learn more about how the realignment will affect the Zilber School of Public Health.
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The BS in public health at UWM provides students with real-world knowledge, skills and experiences – both in the classroom and the community. You will learn how to diagnose, analyze and solve a range of public health challenges.

Begin your public health career at one of the nation’s top universities for research and community engagement, while learning from accessible and knowledgeable instructors at Wisconsin’s only accredited school dedicated to public health.

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An Investment in Your Future

At the Zilber School of Public Health, we know you want more than a college degree. You are pursuing a calling and a future with purpose that you can take pride in.

At UWM, we invest in our undergraduate students, offering multiyear merit scholarships. No additional scholarship application is necessary.  All newly admitted students are automatically considered for these merit scholarships.

Public Health in Milwaukee

One of the benefits of earning your undergraduate degree at the Zilber School of Public Health is the opportunity to live and learn in Milwaukee’s diverse and dynamic communities.

All of our undergraduate students also participate in 120 hours of fieldwork with community partner organizations, gaining real-world experience and career connections.

Gaelle Sehi a student at the Zilber School of Public Health
Gaëlle Sehi explains why she decided to study public health in Milwaukee.

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