Health Promotion Education in the Community Setting Track
As a specialist in community health promotion, you will be at the forefront of planning, developing, implementing, and assessing health education programs that will result in stronger, better-informed, more well-prepared, and healthier communities.
Affordable, Accessible Education
The College of Health and Human Services (CHHS) at Governors State University (GSU) is committed to providing quality education for all students with the ability and desire to succeed.
The university has fought hard to maintain a low tuition without sacrificing the academic and professional quality of its programs.
The result is a fully affordable education that will allow you to reach your goals with a minimum of student debt.
Moreover, every year CHHS provides thousands of dollars in Scholarships for Disadvantaged Students, further ensuring adequate access to quality education for as many students as possible.
Plus, 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 core curriculum in the major, students will take the following required courses customized for their chosen track:
Curriculum: Health Promotion Education in the Community Setting Track
For complete Curriculum information for the Health Promotion Education in the Community Setting Track, visit the GSU Catalog.
Take the next step in your education path. For information about how to apply to the Bachelor in Community Health program, visit us online at www.govst.edu/chhs/bch. For student advising, contact Shavron Henry at 708.534.4923, email@example.com. For GSU admission information, call the Office of Admission at 708.534.4490, or 800.GSU.8GSU.