The Master of Sciences degree in Health Promotion is designed to prepare students for advanced study and practice in Health Promotion related areas. Graduates are prepared to take leadership roles in designing, implementing, and evaluating health promotion programs in various public and private/worksite agencies at local, state and national levels. The Health Promotion professionals trained in this program will possess the skills and knowledge to affect lifestyle choices and improve a person’s community or organizational health & wellness. Extra emphasis will be directed towards improving health & wellness in worksite settings.
The goal of the 34 credit hour Health Promotion graduate program is to provide students with the theory, knowledge and needed skills to integrate the principles of Health Promotion into a variety of community, research, clinical business or school settings. Specifically, the Health Promotion degree program will prepare students to:
Admission to the program is competitive based on controlled enrollment. Applicants meeting the priority enrollment deadline will be given preference for available seats in the program. Remaining applicants meeting the final admission deadline will be awarded admission based on availability of seats.
Admission to the MS Health Promotion program requires that the student meet the following requirements:
MSc Health Promotion
Health Promotion Advising
Cheryl Kelly, PhD, MPH
Assistant Professor - Health Promotion
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