M.S. in Health Promotion
The M.S. in health promotion prepares students to work in public health and human services agencies at the local, state, national and international levels.
Minimum Total Credit Hours: 36
For the M.S. in health promotion, a minimum of 36 hours of graduate study are required. Included in the 36-hour curriculum is a 21-hour core and one of two 15-hour options (internship or thesis).
Core Curriculum (21 hours) HP 600 - Foundations of Health Promotion (3) HP 605 - Health Promotion Planning (3) HP 615 - Personal Health Promotion (3) HP 625 - Research Design and Evaluation (3) HP 635 - Advances in Health (3) HP 645 - Organization and Administration of Health Promotion Programs (3) HP 646 - Introduction to Epidemiology (3)
Internship Option (15 hours) HP 697 - Internship in health promotion (9) Approved electives (3) Statistics (Advisor approved) (3)
Thesis Option (15 hours) HP 697 - Thesis (6) Statistics (advisor approved) (3) Approved electives (6)