Health Promotion, MSc

MSc in Health Promotion

Course Delivery

On Campus

Total Credits

34 Credits

About the MSc in Health Promotion Program

The Master of Science degree in Health Promotion is designed to prepare students for advanced study and practice in Health Promotion-related areas. Upon completion of the program, graduates are prepared to work in a variety of community and inter-professional settings including:

  • School/Campus Health and Wellness
  • Corporate and Worksite Wellness
  • Community and Public Health organizations
  • Military and Veteran organizations
  • Health Coaching
  • Hospital and Clinical entities 

Career possibilities for health promotion professionals include: 

  • Health Coaching
  • Community Health Program Manager
  • Health Behavior Specialist
  • Health Communications Professional
  • Health and Wellness Coordinator

Focus of Study

Graduate students pursue coursework in these areas of study and opportunities in inter-professional education, preparing them for collaborative practice.

Students learn how to work with individuals, groups, and communities to improve health behaviors and address health challenges across all dimensions of wellness.

The curriculum offers students hands-on and applied learning through leadership roles with campus and community-facing health promotion programs. Additionally, students have the opportunity to engage in faculty-mentored research through practicum, thesis, and capstone experiences. 

Program Requirements

Students must complete 34 total credit hours of core courses, elective courses, and a capstone experience.

Program Coursework

For program coursework, please visit the Academic Catalog.