For Spring 2014 Semester please contact the main office at 201-200- 3431Dr. Gail Gordon Graduate ChairpersonEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: (201) 200-3406Fax: (201) 200-3284
Located in the Professional Studies Building, Room 219
The Master of Science in health science prepares graduates to confront complex health issues, promote health topics and limit disparities in health care, in a multicultural-urban city in the most diverse area of the country. Learners in the Community Health Education track work in health promotion and education within a community setting. The School Health Education track provides learners a broad perspective of the relationships between schools and communities in disease prevention and awareness education of global health issues. The Health Administration track prepares administrators in community settings with a background in fiscal and human resource management as well as concepts of public health.
Additional requirements for international students include:
There are two acceptance categories:
Professional Development: Courses in the Community Health Education, School Health Education and Health Administration specializations are approved under the guidelines of a teacher’s Professional Improvement Plan (as this relates to the requirement that all New Jersey public school teachers achieve one hundred hours of professional development training).