Description: Students will gain skills used in community health promotion planning and learn key concepts of community health promotion planning, interventions, and evaluation. This course covers behavior change theories, assessing individual and community needs, planning effective promotion programs, and evaluating health promotion programs. Program planning, implementation and evaluation are core skills used by public health professionals. This course prepares students to develop engaging and effective public health programs within internship, research, and career settings. Letter grade only.
Sections offered: Spring 2020
Prerequisite: Graduate Status