SNHU’s online sociology degree with a community health concentration gives you the skill set to advocate for change for individuals, families and communities. You’ll study current health and wellness trends, probing strategies to help groups change health behaviors. You’ll also be well versed in national and global health policies and explore how communities allocate health resources. Even better, many of the courses take advantage of hands-on experiences, from case studies to role-playing exercises, to combine theory and problem-solving skills in an authentic and innovative way.
A high school diploma or GED is required.
School Accreditation Statement
New England Commission of Higher Education