Official transcripts reflecting an earned bachelor’s degree, with a 3.0 or higher grade point average for the last 60 undergraduate or the last 18 graduate/post-baccalaureate credit hours completed.
All non-US transcripts must be evaluated by the World Education Service (WES) using their ICAP Course-by-course evaluation service.
The GRE is optional for all applicants, but it is highly recommended for any applicant with below a 3.0 GPA from their previous coursework.
Three letters of recommendation from academic or professional references.
A resume reflecting one or more years of work/volunteer history related to health and/or human services.
A one-page personal statement.
Official Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) scores are required of all applicants whose primary language is not English or whose undergraduate degree is from a college or university outside of the United States.
|FOUNDATIONS OF PUBLIC HEALTH
|EPIDEMIOLOGY IN PUBLIC HEALTH
|PLANNING AND EVALUATION
|PUBLIC HEALTH: LEADERSHIP AND ADVOCACY
|APPLIED RESEARCH IN PUBLIC HEALTH
|INTERVENTIONS IN HEALTH PROMOTION
|INTRODUCTION TO HEALTH DISPARITIES AND HEALTH EQUITY
|SERVICE LEARNING/CAPSTONE EXPERIENCE
|APPLIED PRACTICE EXPERIENCE
|Total Credit Hours
|Apply scientific theories and models in planning health promotion program, policy, systems, and environmental change strategies.
|Analyze and address contexts and key factors relevant to the implementation of evidence-informed health promotion strategies.
|Develop rigorous projects to improve public health outcomes, community wellbeing, and reduce health disparities.
|Demonstrate skills needed to coordinate and facilitate community partnerships to prioritize community needs, identify community assets, and create action to improve public health outcomes and reduce health disparities.
|Apply administrative and management plans for health promotion strategies using a systems approach.