Whether you’re yearning to become a Certified Health Educator, a Health Fitness Specialist, work in public health, or another type of professional health expert that requires a Master of Science (M.S.) in Health Education and Promotion, know that Cleveland University-Kansas City’s (CUKC) master’s program is one of the best and most convenient.
The CUKC Master of Science in Health Education and Promotion offers expertise and convenience for professionals in this valued wellness field. Thinking about switching health care careers? Health Education and Promotion is a strong choice.
Health educators and wellness practitioners motivate others to engage in health promotion and prevention activities. They create health-enhancing environments by initiating organizational and cultural change. They often work in a variety of settings including hospitals, nonprofit organizations, government, doctors’ offices, private businesses, and colleges.
The flexibility of the degree turns our Health Education and Promotion students into sought-after employees.
The CUKC Master of Science in Health Education and Promotion (MSHEP) requires 36 hours of coursework, including 21 hours of core courses.
Getting the Most From Your Health Education Degree
The Health Education and Promotion core course block is designed to provide students with advanced study in the foundations, planning, implementation, and evaluation of health education and promotion programs.
These courses will be required in sequence and no transfer credits will be accepted for these hours.
Required courses for MSHEP
Sample Schedule of Health Education and Promotion Coursework (178.6 KB)
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Students are asked to sit for the examination as a fulfillment of graduation requirements. Respected certifications include but are not limited to: