Employers Value Public Health Majors
Whether in the classroom or in the community, through research or through our programs and centers, the School of Public Health at Georgia State University provides a broad, practical understanding of complex health issues ranging from violence, tobacco use and obesity to environmental threats and HIV/AIDS. Our faculty conduct innovative research and test community-based interventions, while remaining committed to teaching and mentoring students, and our degree programs place special emphasis on urban health issues, chronic disease and elimination of disparities in health and treatment. The School of Public Health instills in students the value of using their knowledge and discovery to create positive change in the world.
Epidemiology, Community Health and SPSS are top skills for Public Health grads.
CDC, FDA and Kaiser Permanente are top employers for Public Health grads.
Behavioral Scientist, Epidemiologist and Biostatistician are common job titles for Public Health grads.
76% of Public Health grads have advanced degrees.
Epidemiologists earn an average of $85K per year.
79% of Public Health grads from GSU are female.
90% of Public Health grads from GSU stay in Georgia.
Research, Data Analysis and Public Speaking are top skills for GSU Public Health grads.
CDC, CHOA and Georgia Department of Public Health are top employers for Public Health grads from GSU.
The average salary for Public Health grads from GSU is $68K.
Epidemiologist, Research Fellow and Data Analyst are top job titles for Public Health grads from GSU.
TOP EMPLOYERS OF GSU PUBLIC HEALTH GRADS AND AVERAGE SALARY
Current Average Salary by Degree Level for All Majors
U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
|$54.2K Bachelors||$71.8K Masters||$79.4K Doctorate|