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Public Health Education at the Undergraduate and Community College Level

Friday, November 21, 2014   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Jon Noel
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With so many more students majoring in public health, it is more important than ever before for the MOR to provide students with opportunities to experience public health in action. The report states that over 500 undergraduate institutions offer public health courses. In Connecticut there are Five high school classes, a community college (Middlesex), Southern CT State University, Yale, UConn, University of St. Joseph, and Eastern Connecticut State University and Western Connecticut State University (Health Promotion).

Below are two articles about the growing efforts and enrollment in undergraduate public health across the nation, including community colleges.

http://www.aspph.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/THE-PUBLIC-HEALTH-GENERATION-UNDERGRADUATE-PUBLIC-HEALTH-DEGREES-GROWING-EXPONENTIALLY1.pdf

Community College public health recommendations are here: http://www.league.org/league/projects/ccph/files/Recommendations.pdf


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