Baldwin Wallace University Expands its Health Care
Programs to BW at Corporate College East in Beachwood
Baldwin Wallace University is excited to announce the expansion of its Health Care programs to our Eastern Campus starting in 2011. Baldwin Wallace East is located at the intersection of Richmond Rd. and Science Park Drive in Beachwood.
Health Care MBA
Undergraduate Health Care Management Major/Minor
The Healthcare Executive Management Certificate
Undergraduate Public Health Major/Minor
An overview of Baldwin Wallace University's Public Health program
One of only a few such programs in Ohio, the newly developed Public Health program at Baldwin Wallace University (BW) leading to the Bachelor of Science in Public Health (BSPH) is designed to train a new generation of public health professionals prepared to face the emerging challenges to human health and health care from a population perspective.
The curriculum is designed to train students in multidisciplinary approaches to Public Health practice and research including a comprehensive and rigorous study of epidemiology, biostatistics, social and behavioral sciences, environmental health, health policy and management.
Students enrolled in BW's Public Health program learn about the public health care system in the U.S. and abroad and emerging public health concerns such as health disparity, pandemic infectious disease and new threats to the environment. The forty six credit hours of coursework is intended to utilize class room activities, service learning and research in order to provides student with the fundamental knowledge and principles, applications, and skills needed to develop a firm appreciation of health and disease prevention at the population level, and the opportunity to use this special knowledge to transform the experience of their major education into innovative approaches for solving problems in health care and assessment. The current curriculum emphasizes the following concentrations: i) Global Health; ii) Health Promotion and Education; and iii) Health Prevention.
Meet Baldwin Wallace University's New Director of our Public Health Program
Swagata Banik, PhD
Director, Public Health Program
Dr. Banik obtained his doctorate degree from Shivaji University, India and post-doctoral training at Cleveland State University. Before joining BW he taught at the department of Psychology at Cleveland State University. He also taught in the graduate program of Health and Ecology at Shivaji University, India. His research addresses issues surrounding health disparity and practices. His current research explores individual, socio-cultural and structural factors associated with HIV health disparity in the U.S. and in India.
One of his recent research projects that proposes to develop a cognitive-behavioral intervention for HIV prevention has been selected by NIH for funding. He has served as an expert consultant on projects funded by CDC, UNDP, and Indo-Canada Environment Facility. He has published over fifteen research articles, book chapters, and has presented his research in numerous national and international conferences.
MARK YOUR CALENDAR
Baldwin Wallace University's MBA Open Houses:
MBA Open Houses:
6 p.m. /Wednesday, March 7, 2012
25700 Science Park Drive #100
Beachwood, OH 44122
Please call for more information 440-826-2392
6 p.m. /Thursday, March 8, 2012
275 Eastland Road
Berea, OH 44017
If you are interested in enrolling in or would like more information about the Health Care MBA program
at Baldwin Wallace University, contact Barb Peterson at 440-826-2064 or