The goal of the community health degree is to prepare and educate students to serve as community health educators and promoters in a variety of government and private health agencies, clinical settings, non-profit organizations, volunteer agencies, and other community organizations. This program is unique in that it offers a wide range of approved electives permitting the student to develop a program according to his or her needs and interests.
In addition to classroom experience, the student is exposed to pre-professional training through an internship program providing them with on-the-job experience and employment opportunities. Students are placed in a setting which best fits their professional goals. Each graduate will have knowledge enabling them to communicate health and health education needs, concerns and resources. If the application deadline falls over a weekend, Professional Phase and Internship forms will be due the following Monday.
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