The field of Community Health and Prevention Science is considered an emerging and highly important specialization of public health. The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that the number of Community Health and Prevention Science jobs will have a high relative growth in the next ten years (17.96% vs. 5.78% total labor market).
Graduates in the Community Health and Prevention Sciences Master’s degree are prepared to work in a variety of roles including prevention specialists, program evaluators, research analysts, administrators, foundation program officers, grant evaluators, research associates, program coordinators for grant funded research, and other university positions such as extension faculty.
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Yes, to walk across the stage for your graduation. (Just kidding, that is optional!)
The University of Cincinnati’s online programs are truly all online, requiring no on-campus visits. There are a few rare exceptions and those are noted on the program information pages.
Yes. There is a chance if certain conditions are met. These could include taking a graduate entry exam (i.e. GRE, GMAT), being conditionally admitted or working with the program director on other ways to demonstrate your likelihood for success if admitted into the program.
No. your degree will be conferred by the University of Cincinnati, which will also be reflected on your transcripts and degree.
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