Program Plan (Course Option)

We suggest that all students in the Master of Public Health with Specialization in Social-Ecological Systems, Sustainability and Health program (course option) complete the following. The plan described below may not necessarily be offered in this order.

  • Standard Full-time students must complete all requirements within 6 terms (2 years)

For detailed information about each course, see our University Calendar.

Years

Fall

Winter

Spring/Summer

Year 1

HESC 5010: Foundations of Public and Population Health

HESC 5013: Social and Ecological Determinants of Health

HESC 5070: Epidemiology l

 

HESC 5030: Intro to Biostats

HESC 5210: Health Promotion and Illness Prevention

HESC 213: Environmental and Occupational Public Health

Elective #1

Year 2

HESC 5510: Program Planning and Evaluation

Specialization course #1

 

Specialization course #2

Elective #2

HESC 5805: (Practicum prep)

 

HESC 5805: Practicum and Report

Graduate level elective courses that are not Public Health courses must be approved by the Graduate Coordinator.

 

We suggest that all students in the Master of Public Health Program with Specialization in Social-Ecological Systems, Sustainability and Health course-based program (flexible full-time option) complete the following.

• Flexible Full-time students must complete all requirements within 12 terms (4 years)

YearsFallWinterSpring/Summer
Year 1

HESC 5010: Foundations of Public & Population Health

HESC 5013: Social and Ecological Determinants of Health

HESC 5030: Introduction to Biostatistics

 

Elective #1

 

Year 2

HESC 5070: Epidemiology l

 

HESC 5210: Health Promotion and Illness Prevention

 

Elective #2

 

Year 3

Specialization course #1

 

HESC 5213: Environmental Occupational and Public Health

Specialization course #2

 
Year 4

HESC 5510: Program Planning and Evaluation

HESC 5805: (Practicum prep)

HESC 5805: Practicum and Report

 

HESC 5805: Practicum and Report

 

Graduate level elective courses that are not Public Health courses must be approved by the Graduate Coordinator.