PLuS Bachelor of International Public Health (BIPH)

Welcome to BIPH

Welcome to Bachelor of International Public Health, a program offered by the PLuS Alliance. As a BIPH student, you join peers and faculty around the world from Arizona State University, King's College London, and the University of New South Wales. In this programme, you will take a combination of ASU and UNSW courses, while following a customized major map based on the degree requirements at your home university.

The BIPH has an internationally-integrated curriculum with emphasis on courses for improving the health of populations worldwide. In this programme, you will explore a diverse range of case studies spanning international contexts and population health issues and priorities.

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Global Healthcare Market

The BIPH programme encompasses the scope and methods of international public health including: basic medical sciences, epidemiology, biostatistics, surveillance and prevention, public health leadership, law and ethics, health programs and systems, and health economics. The BIPH curriculum equips students with innovative ways to approach emerging global and public health issues such as: communicable and non-communicable diseases, women's and children's health, mental illness, indigenous health and environmental health. Graduates of the BIPH will be prepared for the following career paths:

  • Health Policy Analyst
  • Health Promotion Officer
  • Health Information Manager
  • Community Health Officer
  • Policy Officer
  • Program Administrator
  • Health Education Specialist
  • Public Health Advocate
  • Epidemiologist
  • Community Health Specialist


PLuS Alliance is a strategic partnership between Arizona State University, King's College London, and the University of New South Wales. PLuS degree programs are designed to elevate education opportunities for students attending one of the partner universities through online course exchanges, virtual team projects and global intensive experiences. Learn more

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