Completion of this major prepares one to assume an entry-level position as a health educator, health educator with a specialty (e.g., AIDS educator), health planner, or health counselor. The Public Health Education program offers opportunities for students to conduct community needs assessments, organize communities to bring about change, plan, implement and evaluate health programs. This program also prepares graduates to take the Community Health Education Specialist (CHES) exam. Continued study may include a master’s degree in public health, health education or community health. Course requirements:
Notes: ¹ May be used to simultaneously satisfy a General Studies Program area requirement. * requires a prerequisite course, see course description for more information.