Students in the Master of Public Health program have opportunities to work with faculty members on service, teaching, and research projects. Recent students in the Behavioral, Social, and Community Health concentration have worked on health and wellness initiatives for diverse populations in the campus and community, including a variety of projects through the Center for Sexual Health Promotion. Students have also assisted with research in determinants of community health in close to 40 Indiana counties.
Graduates of the BSCH concentration of have careers as:
- Community health worker
- Disease intervention specialist
- Health education specialist
- Clinical research coordinator
- Nonprofit executive director
- Behavioral scientist
- Lieutenant commander in the United States Public Health Service
- Health and wellness manager
- Health promotion program coordinator
- Non-governmental organization (NGO) director
- Reproductive health specialist
- Behavioral health program coordinator
- Health communications specialist
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