Community Health Concentration

The mission of this concentration is to prepare students for community-based work in public health. Students will acquire skills and knowledge related to planning, implementing, and evaluating community health improvement projects and interventions, as well as learn the principles of community-based participatory research.

Concentration Head:

Rachel Kidman, PhD
Associate Professor, Department of Family, Population & Preventive Medicine 

Required Courses (12 credits)

HPH 551   Introduction to Health Communications (3 credits)
HPH 552   Planning & Implementing Community Health Initiatives (3 credits)
HPH 553   Advanced Evaluation of Community Health Initiatives (3 credits)

Approved Elective (3 credits)

For the Community Health Plan of Study, click here.

For students who matriculated prior to Fall 2016, see the academic coordinator for Community Health concentration requirements.