The Built Environment and Public Health Curriculum (BEPHC) is designed to provide a critical overview of built environment and public health topics organized into a coherent program of study for a full academic semester, or as individual modules to integrate into specific course topics. The resources on the website also provide opportunities for site visitors to gain a foundational understanding of the current and emerging design and health issues. You will find informative videos available on the sidebar and archived under resources.
BEPHC provides guidance on the following:
- Course Design includes information on Units, Readings, and Assignments
- BEPH Education refers to Planning Programs with differing degrees of educational offerings at this intersection from faculty with a BEPH research focus to joint degree programs. Students find these pages most instructive when deciding on where and with whom to study given the available breakdown by tier and geographic location.
- Resources presents sample syllabi shared by faculty teaching this course, helpful websites, synergistic organizations and conferences, videos, webinars, resources on the Building Bridges between Public Health, and City and Regional Planning project and other teaching resources.
- BEPHC News provides updates on design and health events and topics both in academia and practice.