Health Sciences—Public Health Education, M.S.

Master of Arts
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About This Degree

The goal of this specialization, leading to a Master of Science in Health Sciences, is to prepare students for careers related to health promotion and education. More specifically, the program prepares students to fulfill leadership roles in planning, management and evaluation of community health programs. Graduates may pursue job placements in a variety of settings including hospitals, managed care organizations, health departments, health insurance companies, health centers, senior citizens’ agencies, substance abuse agencies and others. Students are able to continue their present employment while completing the 36-42 credit program.