Track I: Community Health Education
Health education is critical to promoting healthy lifestyles. The Community Health Education specialization addresses how to assess and improve the well-being of communities and public health systems. Learn to analyze a community’s overall health by examining available health resources and the quality of living conditions. Explore how to develop programs that can lead to healthier environments and better health for individuals. Your study culminates in a community health assessment and the development of a public health program to address that community’s needs.
Track I is designed for students with a Master of Public Health (MPH) or an M.S. in Public Health.
- 83 total quarter credits
- Foundation courses (2 cr.)
- Core courses (38 cr.)
- Specialization courses (23 cr.)
- Research proposal, dissertation, and oral presentation (20 cr.)
Four Ph.D. residencies to equal a minimum of 16 days You may be eligible to transfer a maximum of 46 graduate-level credits into the program.
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Last updated December 14, 2015