Ms in health promotion science in University of connecticut
The Master's of Science degree in Health Promotion Sciences may be earned under either of two plans, as determined by the advisory committee1. Plan A (Thesis Tract *)The department strongly advocates research and encourages students to enroll in the Plan A program, which requires the completion of a research project, submission of a thesis, and satisfactory completion of a cohesive curriculum. Students in this option are responsible for a minimum of 30 credits of advanced course work including the completion of a 9-credit research project.Master's degree research projects span a wide range of interests.2. Plan B (Project and Practicum Tract *) The Plan B Master s Degree Program requires the student to attain a comprehensive understanding in health promotion, health education and behavior change, primarily through the completion of formal coursework. Independent studies are not part of the formal coursework credits. The specific requirements for the project and practicum of the Plan B program are outlined in the Guidelines for Projects and Practicum. Students are encouraged to follow the guidelines and obtain approval from their graduate advisory committee before starting the project and practicum. Projects and practicum are taken for credits and will be graded by the student s major advisor. Plan B students are responsible for a minimum of 32 credits of advanced course work including the completion of 8 credits of applied scholarly work (project or practicum).
A baccalaureate degree or its equivalent from a regionally accredited college or university, Official Transcripts, TOEFL: 79 (Internet-based test - iBT), 550 ( Old Paper-based test - PBT), IELTS-6.5, PTE-53
Career as a Health Promoter and Health Educator