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Health Behavior Health Promotion

Offered On Campus in Tucson

The MPH in Health Behavior Health Promotion (HBHP), offered by the Department of Health Promotion Sciences, is based on a philosophy of health education, health promotion, and disease prevention, to improve the quality of life of individuals, families and communities. The HBHP discipline focuses on three areas:

  • Sociocultural factors that influence health and health behavior
  • Scientific and theoretical basis for planning, implementing, and evaluating effective public health education
  • Health promotion and disease prevention programs
  • The goal of facilitating behavior change for healthy life

The program provides students with the opportunity to acquire the knowledge and skills that are essential for the promotion of health and prevention of disease in culturally diverse populations.

Scott Carvajal PhD, MPH - Program Director

Health Behavior Health Promotion Curriculum

Health Behavior Health Promotion MPH Concentration Competencies and Assessment Methods

Total Minimum Credit Requirement (42 units)

Required Core Courses (15 units)

Required HBHP Courses (27 units)

Elective Courses (minimum 9 units) - approved by Faculty Mentor

Service Learning Course Requirement -  CPH 597 (minimum 2 units)

Recommended Course Sequencing for Full-Time Students

The University of Arizona