Bachelor of Science in Community Health Education
For specific course and program requirements, please consult the current undergraduate catalog.
The Bachelor of Science Program in Community Health Education is designed to encourage healthy lifestyles and wellness by educating individuals as well as communities. Students focus on preventative health strategies and health promotion. By graduation, students will be prepared to act as important health education resources in their communities.
Completion of the Community Health Education Program prepares students by covering a broad range of subjects and skills. Core Health Education courses include health promotion and illness prevention concepts, nutrition, communication skills, curriculum development, and program evaluation principles.
This program provides an empathetic approach to helping clients live healthy lives. Graduates are prepared to work in a variety of settings, with training and education focusing on a multitude of health issues.
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