College of Health
Department Office: Annex 2142
Mailing Address: 1901 E. So. Campus Dr, Salt Lake City, UT 84112
Program Chair: Les Chatelain
Undergraduate Advisor: Hailey Nielson, HPER N, 200, 801-587-3962.
Director of Graduate Studies: Glenn Richardson, Ph.D. and Jennifer Lehmbeck, Ph.D.
The Health Promotion and Education Program at the University of Utah offers an undergraduate Bachelor of Science degree in four areas of emphasis: community health, consumer health, nuclear medical technology (NMT), and emergency medical services (EMS). A minor is offered in school health. The community emphasis requires two years to complete, with the consumer, NMT, and EMS emphasis requiring three semesters to complete.
Please see the Driver and Safety Education Teaching Minor, Health Promotion and Education B.S., H.B.S., and Health Teaching Minor listed in the Program and Course Offerings section.
Graduate study in Health Promotion and Education is designed to develop advanced competencies in systematic development, administration, implementation, and evaluation of health education programs. Course work stresses the importance of social, psychological, behavioral, developmental, educational, and communication theories as they relate to health-education practice in educational, occupational, community, and health-care settings.
Please see the Health Promotion and Education M.S, and Ph.D. listed in the Program and Course Offerings section.
Program and Course Offerings
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