|The undergraduate degree program for persons majoring in Health Education includes
|The school health educator is certified to teach in public and private school settings.
In this concentration, the student is encouraged to develop a second teaching field
so that she or he may become highly marketable. The Department offers certification
in "Lifetime Wellness," a required course for high school graduation in the state
|Community and Public Health
|Community and Public Health is a concentration within the Health Education degree program that equips graduates with knowledge and skills necessary to address health conditions through actions that promote, protect and preserve the health status of individuals, communities and the general public. Recipients of this degree work in a variety of settings including, but not limited to, communities, schools (K-12 [varies by state]), health care, business/industry and college/university. In addition to specific settings, graduates may work at the federal, state, county or local level. Specific position titles held by graduates include; Health Education Specialist, Health Promotion Specialist, Wellness Coordinator, Program Planner, Project Coordinator, Program Evaluator, Program Analyst and Policy Advisor.|