|Undergraduate Course Details|
|Title||Issues in Public and Community Health|
|Winter/Spring 2017 Classes|
|01||1551||1/17/17 - 5/15/17||WF||10:50am - 12:05pm||OK-213||Brian Witkov|
This course helps students become effective public and community educators by increasing knowledge in both public and community health areas and enhancing individual skills and competencies essential to this career field. The course provides an overview of the organization, role, and structure of community health agencies, with a specific emphasis on health education services. In addition, the course will cover the important role of national and global governance in public health. Three lecture hours per week. Required for Health & Consumer Science Concentration students. Not open to students that have received credit for SFL230.