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Public health issues and concerns continue to grow due to globalization of industry and travel, which allow diseases and illnesses to be spread faster than it has ever been possible before. Nearly every year for the past decade, there have been major concerns due to the possibilities of epidemics or spread of disease due to easy travel and current public misconceptions about vaccines. These factors have coalesced to allow the largest resurgence in treatable diseases in decades.
The larger issue, though, is the growth of spending in public health care and related industries, as technology and government efforts to improve health continue to make health care a complex and important issue. In addition, the issue of health education is a larger issue than it has been in recent times. Health education professionals are needed to help dispel myths of medical care and encourage behaviors designed to reduce the spread of communicable diseases and promote healthy activities.
East Carolina University offers a Master of Arts in Health Education program to promote advanced academic training for people employed or seeking employment as health educators in academic, clinical, community, government, or corporate settings. Students will undergo education in social and biological sciences as they pertain to health education.
Official transcripts for all colleges/universities attended, Statement of Purpose, GRE or MAT scores (professional admissions track is also honored), Copy of teaching license. Must hold a current North Carolina teaching license.
Accreditation & Licensing
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
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