The following requirements must be satisfied in order to be admitted into the Master of Science degree program in Community Health Education.
Students must receive notification of acceptance to graduate study in health education and health promotion from the Graduate Admissions Office. The letter of acceptance from the Graduate Admissions Office may include an evaluation of previous academic work including deficiencies and/or specific prerequisite program requirements as determined by the program.
Applicants must be granted Unconditional admission to graduate study, (a 2.85 GPA or above will satisfy grade point requirement), or must be admitted "on probation" to graduate study.
Students must complete deficiencies as determined by the program.
A rolling admissions process is used for application review in this program.
All deficiencies and/or special prerequisites must be satisfied before the student has accumulated 12 graduate credits. Students have the option of completing these requirements prior to attending the University or prior to the accumulation of 12 graduate credits.
Graduate students in the College of Science and Health can have many of their questions answered online at the Graduate Advising Website.
The application deadline is February 15. All application materials (including letters of recommendation, letter of intent, and official GRE scores) must be postmarked by this date.
Undergraduate Course Requirements
Applied Life Sciences
Note: Can apply to Health-Related Sciences Category. Examples include:
In some instances, competency acquired through practical experience and/or special training, through examination and/or advisement, may be the basis for waiver of certain required courses. In addition, where obvious deficiencies are apparent, additional courses may be required.