The following are undergraduate degree programs offered at Washington University in St. Louis.

3-2 MPH Program

Arts & Sciences and Brown School
Designed specifically for Washington University undergraduate students, this program allows you to earn both your undergraduate degree and a Master of Public Health in a total of five years. The 3-2 MPH program is available to students pursuing any major in Washington University’s College of Arts & Sciences.

Global Health and Environment Major and Minor Tracks in Anthropology

Arts & Sciences
The global health and environment program in the Department of Anthropology in Arts & Sciences explores health issues in a broad liberal arts context that brings together scientific and humanistic approaches, develops critical perspectives on health problems and systems, permits students to engage in various kinds of academic research, and trains students for careers in diverse fields and for work across local, national and global cultures.

Healthcare Management Major

Olin Business School
The program in healthcare management offer undergraduates from any school within Washington University in St. Louis the educational foundation to pursue a career in healthcare administration.

Medical Humanities Minor

Arts & Sciences
The medical humanities minor approaches health, disease, and medical care as culturally embedded human experiences that vary across time and place, and draws on courses from a variety of departments and programs including art history, classics, history, languages and literature, music, philosophy, and gender and sexuality studies.

Public Health & Society Minor

Arts & Sciences
WashU’s institutional strength in public health, enhanced commitment to racial diversity and inclusion, and the array of exceptional academic units within Arts & Sciences are the foundation for this distinctive program that emphasizes the social determinants of health, including the role inequalities play in health outcomes. Students will glean meaningful insight from course connections to environmental science; anthropology; biology; medical humanities; statistics and data science; women, gender and sexuality studies; and more. They will also develop the hallmarks of an Arts & Sciences education: a spirit of creative inquiry, the ability to organize and synthesize information, skills in written and oral expression, and a strong grasp of ethics.