The Ph.D. in Health Education and Promotion emphasizes the interaction among the theoretical, empirical, and applied nature of health education. Although the program is designed for persons whose primary identity is that of a health educator, applicants are drawn from a variety of fields including health education, nursing, nutrition, the medical technologies, and social sciences.
The Master's degree program in Health Education and Promotion is designed to enable individuals to pursue their diverse interests in the field while addressing the competencies essential to the professional development of health educators. The Health Education and Promotion program offers a Master's of Education (M.Ed.) in which students choose one of two concentrations. The community health education concentration (42 credits) prepares students seeking the Certified Health Education Specialist credential. The school health education concentration (41 credits) prepares students to pursue school health licensure in the state of Ohio.
The Health Education and Promotion Program offers a B.S. degree in Community Health Education, a B.S.E. in School Health Education, and a B.S.E in Health/Physical Education (HPE, dual major with dual licensure).
Undergraduate program brochure can be downloaded HERE.