Community Health

Communmity Health

This nationally accredited degree program prepares students who are interested in promoting healthy lifestyles and enhancing quality of life for individuals and communities. Health educators work in a variety of work settings that include nonprofit community health organizations, public health agencies, worksite and health promotion programs, schools, and voluntary health agencies.

Students who wish to pursue a profession within public health can find additional information through the Health, Human Performance, and Recreation Department within the School of Education.

For more information, visit the Community Health website.

For a person to contact, see Dr. Beth Lanning at or (254) 710-4027.