The Bloustein School offers undergraduate major and minor programs of study in planning and public policy (762) and public health (832). The School educates a highly select pool of students, preparing them for both public and private sector careers, teaching and research professions and service at all levels of government. Students are trained and ultimately employed in the areas of land use, political processes, public health, employment and social policy, human services, transportation policy and planning, housing and real estate, urban redevelopment, regional development and planning.
For additional information on the planning and public policy (762) or public health (832) programs, please contact:
Chris Miller, Coordinator, Undergraduate Student Services
Bloustein School Civic Square Building; Room 183
Phone: (848) 932-2726