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[tabs][item title=”Health Promotion & Behavior (MPH)”]Health promotion and disease prevention are key concepts in public health and provide the foundation for community participation as well as health behavior change. The Health Promotion and Behavior track draws from a variety of disciplines, including psychology, sociology, anthropology, communications, and ethics.
HEALTH PROMOTION & BEHAVIOR CONCENTRATION, 18 credit hours
|COURSE NUMBER||COURSE TITLE||CREDIT HOURS||REQUIRED OR ELECTIVE|
|PH 7016||Introduction to Health Promotion||3||Required|
|PH 7022||Health Behavior Theory for Public Health Research||3||Required|
|PH 7521||Evaluation Research||3||Required|
|Nine (9) hours of electives are required. The following electives are pre-approved HPB electives. This list is not exhaustive, as other electives can be approved by the Division Director:
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HEALTH PROMOTION & BEHAVIOR CONCENTRATION (PhD)
|COURSE NUMBER/TITLE||TOTAL CREDIT HOURS|
|Required Concentration Courses:
|Advanced Research Methods and Statistics Courses:
Select at least 4 pre-approved courses in consultation with the Faculty Advisor.
Other appropriate research methods/statistics courses may be approved by the Faculty Advisor on the Doctoral Program of Study form.
Select at least 2 courses in public health or other graduate-level programs in consultation with the Faculty Advisor and approved by the Faculty Advisor on the Doctoral Program of Study form.