The Master of Science in School Health Education prepares school health educators for leadership roles in the field of school health education. The mission is to prepare leaders with the skills and knowledge to coordinate, teach, and advocate for school health education programs for grades pre-K through twelve. Additionally, this program meets the requirements for certified teachers seeking a cross-endorsement in health education.
Students will be engaged in a contemporary program addressing curriculum development; selection and design of assessment strategies; skills-based teaching strategies; program planning, promotion, and evaluation; advocacy; and health communications.
This graduate program is designed to support the individual learners through real-life experiences and whenever possible, application within their current school communities.
Courses in this 30-credit program are offered in online, hybrid, or on-ground format.