A healthy community is described by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Healthy People 2010 report as one that continuously creates and improves both its physical and social environments, helping people to support one another in aspects of daily life and to develop to their fullest potential.*
*Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
As a specialist in community health promotion, you'll be at the forefront of planning, developing, implementing and assessing health education programs that will result in stronger, better-informed and healthier communities.
With the majority of classes delivered primarily in the evenings and on weekends, the Community Health program is designed with the busy working adult in mind.
After completing a 24 credit-hour core curriculum in the major, students will take required courses customized for their chosen track.
For career curriculum information for the Community Health track, visit: What is Community Health?
Take the next step in your education path. For GSU Admission information, call the Office of Admission at 708.534.4490, or 800.GSU.8GSU. For student advising, contact Shavron Henry at 708.534.4923, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.