|Required Course (35 credits)||Credit Hours|
|HED 701||Contemporary Issues in Health Education||3 credits|
|HED 703||Health Education Foundations||3 credits|
|HED 706||Research Tools and Processes||6 credits|
|P-H 707||Environmental Health||3 credits|
|P-H 717||Emerging Public Health Issues||3 credits|
|P-H 720||Prog. Assessment, Planning & Eval. in Health Promo.||3 credits|
|P-H 755||Epidemiology and Public Health Issues||3 credits|
|CHE 780||Community Health Education Preceptorship||8 credits|
|P-H 790||Public Health Administration and Organization||3 credits|
In addition to the above required courses, students must select option A (thesis) or option B (Graduate Project).
OPTION A -THESIS : 44 Total Credits
- HED 799, 4 credits
- Electives, 5 credits
OPTION B - GRADUATE PROJECT : 45 Total Credits
- HED 798, 3 credits
- Electives, 7 credits
A maximum of nine credits may be taken outside the Department of Health Education and Health Promotion. A minimum of one-half of the required semester hours must be taken at the 700 level. Graduate credits will not be awarded for any course in which undergraduate credit was received.
Courses numbered 500 through 599 are called "slash courses" and are open to qualifying undergraduates students and graduate students. Those courses numbered 700 and above are open to graduate students only. Students in all the masters programs must have at least one half of their total required semester hours as courses numbered 700 or higher.
Check the UW-L General Catalog for class descriptions and listing of pre-requisite courses.