Master of Science in Public Health
WE ARE NOT CURRENTLY ADMITTING STUDENTS INTO THIS PROGRAM.
Individuals interested in pursuing a Master’s degree in Public Health are encouraged to apply to the M.P.H. degree program.
Department of Kinesiology & Community Health
Department Head: Amy Woods
Director of Graduate Studies: Steven Petruzzello
Graduate Office: Julie Jenkins
906 South Goodwin Ave
112 Freer Hall MC-052
Urbana, IL 61801
The program generally takes two years, depending upon prior education and experience. The program includes 26 hours of required courses that are intended to provide an overall knowledge of the public health field and the tools necessary for successful functioning as a community health education specialist; hours of fieldwork experience in the summer; and a thesis. Students entering the program are expected to have completed undergraduate course work in data collection and processing, including issues of measurement and questionnaire design, computerization, descriptive health measures, and statistical analysis through regression. Courses must have been completed with grades of B or better. Deficiencies in these areas will require additional course work, as necessary, for successful completion of the degree. A non-thesis option is available with permission from the department.
|CHLH 429||Research Techniques||4|
|CHLH/ENVS 469||Environmental Health||4|
|CHLH/ENVS/PATH 474||Principles of Epidemiology||4|
|CHLH 510||Public Health Dev||4|
|CHLH/KIN 540||Health Behavior: Theory||4|
|CHLH 550||Health Policy: United States||4|
|CHLH 585||Community Health Internship||4|
|Electives, at least 4 hours from another dept||16|
|CHLH 599||Thesis Research (min/max applied toward degree)||4|
|Other requirements may overlap|
|Minimum Hours Required Within the Unit:||28|
|Minimum 500-level Hours Required Overall:||12 (8 within the unit)|