Undergraduate Programs

Kent State University offers two undergraduate degrees, two minors and one undergraduate certificate in the field of Health Education and Promotion.

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Undergraduate Programs

Community Health Education - B.S.

Bachelor of Science in Community Health Education

The Community Health Education B.S. program prepares you for a rewarding career in promoting health and wellness in communities, organizations and schools. With a focus on evidence-based practices, community-based research, and practical skills, the Community Health Education program will equip you with the knowledge and experience needed to make a positive impact on people's lives.

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School Health Education - B.S.E.

Bachelor of Science in Education in School Health Education

Promote healthy habits and behaviors with the School Health Education B.S.E. program. Learn to design and implement effective health education programs for K-12 students through a blend of classroom instruction and practical experience.

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Community Health Education - Minor

Minor in Community Health Education

The Community Health Education minor is for students seeking to have an increased understanding of health issues in the community setting.

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Human Sexuality - Minor

Minor in Human Sexuality

The Human Sexuality minor gives students an opportunity to study a range of issues—basic, in-depth and controversial—that covers women’s health, HIV/AIDS and the teaching of sexuality in age and developmentally appropriate ways.

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Undergraduate Certificate

Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Prevention

Undergraduate Certificate in Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Prevention

The Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Prevention undergraduate certificate prepares graduates to sit for the Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services exams to become a certified prevention specialist assistant in the state of Ohio.

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