Community Health Education

As a community health educator, you will inform and motivate people about healthy lifestyles and help communities develop healthy environments.  You will deliver health service messages and evaluate community health needs and services.  A background in community health education will prepare you for a career in health departments, clinical and industrial settings, and voluntary or private health agencies such as the American Red Cross or the American Cancer Society. 

For complete pre-admission requirements and coursework, please see the current undergraduate bulletin.  https://bulletins.cmich.edu/default.asp

 

Eta Sigma Gamma

Purpose: Eta Sigma Gamma is designed to further the education, health and wellness of the campus and community through education, research and service projects.

Membership: Membership is open to all men and women with a major or minor in community health, or school health education enrolled at Central Michigan University. Interested students that have not yet signed a major or minor may attend meetings.

For more information contact: Dr. Stephen Nkansah-Amankra, PhD, MPH, Faculty Advisor

 

 

 

 

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