Dedicate your career to fostering better health and economic and political opportunities for diverse communities. Earn a bachelor's in community development to gain both conceptual and tactical knowledge for functioning, managing, and leading within various community-focused organizations
Why This Program & What You'll Learn
By concentrating in health sciences, you’ll develop an understanding of the various health issues facing members of diverse communities. You’ll gain knowledge in identifying and managing physical, mental and behavioral health issues within communities. And you'll explore courses in human anatomy and physiology, consumer and alcohol health education, environmental health, and more.
As a community development student here, you'll:
- Focus on one of three areas depending on your career goals: community services, health sciences, or public administration.
- Have the chance to apply credit earned in this bachelor's program toward a related master's degree at CMU.
- Earn a bachelor's degree from a program regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission
Careers & Outcomes
With a degree in community development, you'll be prepared for community-focused administrative careers in organizational leadership, human resources, social services, government, public health services and more.
|Community Health Worker||$46,590|
|Public Service Administrator||$46,865|