Format and Curriculum

Online format using Blackboard                                  

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Fall 1:
 

  • HLTH 500 – Foundations, 3hrs.

  • HLTH 510 – PA, N & Obesity, 3 hrs.

 

Spring 1:
 

  • HLTH 520 – Program Planning/Evaluation, 3 hrs.

  • HLTH 540 – Epidemiology in Health, 3 hrs.

  • HLTH 550 – Trends/Issues, 3hrs.

 

Summer 1:
 

  • HLTH 530 – Interventions I: School-aged Children, 3 hrs. 

  • HLTH 535 – Interventions II: Specific Populations, 3 hrs.

 

Fall 2: 
 

  • HLTH 515 – Advanced Content, 3 hrs.
  • HLTH 525 – Research in the Health Sciences, 3 hrs.

 

Spring 2:
 

  • HLTH 560 – Health Practicum, 6 hrs

 

TOTAL: 33 hrs.

 

Master of Arts in Health Promotion Graduation Requirements

To graduate, a student must complete the following 33 credit hours:

HLTH 500                              HLTH 510
HLTH 515                              HLTH 520
HLTH 525                              HLTH 530
HLTH 535                              HLTH 540
HLTH 550                              HLTH 560


Graduate candidates must maintain an overall GPA of 3.0 or better and must have a 3.0 in order to graduate from the MA in Health Promotion Program. Any candidate falling below a 3.0 will be placed on academic probation. , Candidates who are placed on academic probation for two consecutive semesters will be removed from the graduate program due to academic deficiency. In addition, candidates must earn the minimum grade of “C” to successfully complete a course.