Carroll University is pleased to offer a M.Ed degree in Community Health Education. Community or Public Health Education is a critical discipline focused on medical interventions that improve the health of a community. The mission of this strand is to prepare health professionals in a global society as effective intercultural communicators to administer, develop, implement and evaluate Community/Public Health Education programs.
Let Carroll University's reputation work for you. Small class sizes, convenient class offerings, affordability and innovative curriculum taught by faculty with a reputation for teaching excellence gives you an exclusive private education to help you succeed. This emphasis is designed with the working professional in mind. Courses are offered in the evening and typically meet one night per week. Summer courses generally run two nights a week for 6-7 weeks. By attending part time, the program can be completed in 6-8 semesters.
The M.Ed in Community Health Education is fully accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
Who should I contact with questions?
For more information, contact:
Associate Director of Graduate Admission