Master of Arts in Health Promotion & Program Management
Minimum Total for Graduation: 34 hours
Degree: Master of Arts
NOTE: Applications are currently not being accepted for the M.A. in Health Promotion and Program Management.
The Master of Arts Degree in Health Promotion and Program Management is designed to meet the needs of community health and human service professionals, including those at the local, state, national, and international level. Students must complete 36 credit hours, 29 to 33 of which are specifically required. Students are required to complete a thesis (Plan A) or conduct an independent research project (Plan B). The program of study prepares students to assess client needs, and to plan, manage, implement, and evaluate health education and health promotion programs. Students will also gain the knowledge and skills necessary to conduct research. When the degree is completed, students will be prepared to take the examination to become Certified Health Education Specialists (CHES).
Health Promotion & Program Management