Community Health (MEd)
The Master of Education in Community Health program is not accepting applications for admission. The program is suspended, with an official June 2021 close date.
Students generally pursue careers at worksites (plan and implement wellness programs to keep employees healthy and maintain a safe work environment), medical services (develop, implement and evaluate health promotion programs in hospitals, HMOs, acute care clinics and long-term facilities) and communities (assess needs for health promotion programs, and deliver education programs at various sites in the community, including voluntary health agencies and government-based service programs).
The goal of the health education program is the development and preparation of individuals to be future leaders in a variety of urban settings including public and private corporations and government agencies in the area of health and human performance.
This program has been suspended to further enrollments. No new applications will be accepted.
|HSS 675||Health Promotion and Disease Prevention at the Individual Level||3|
|HSS 676||Community Health Promotion and Disease Prevention||3|
|HSS 684||Program Planning in Health Education and Promotion||3|
|HSS 655||Current Trends and Studies in Health and Sport Sciences.||3|
|HSS 631||Leadership in Health Promotion||3|
|ELFH 600||Introduction to Research Methods and Statistics||3|
|HSS 604||Research Methods in HSS||3|
|Internship/Practicum - Location Approved by Advisor|
|HSS 692||Cooperative Internship/Practicum (multiple enrollments)||6|
|Electives - Courses approved by advisor||9|
|Minimum Total Hours||36|
Student must also satisfactorily complete an exit exam and submit a portfolio of all Hallmark Assessments and internship materials.