Subject: Public Health
Credit units: 3
College: Graduate and Postdoc Studies
Department: School of Public Health


This course is designed to provide students with theoretical information and practical skills necessary to carry out program planning using a health promotion lens regardless of the setting. This course will build on concepts learned in PUBH 803 (Health Promotion) and PUBH 807 (Health Program Planning and Evaluation).

Prerequisite(s): PUBH 803 and PUBH 807, or permission of the instructor

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