Bonni Hodges, chair
Margaret DiVita, graduate coordinator
Moffett Center, Room 101
School of Professional Studies
Barbara Barton, Sarah Beshers, Alex Blavos, Kathryn Coffey, Jena N. Curtis, Margaret DiVita, Bonni C. Hodges, Judith Johns, Matthew Moyer, Jill Murphy, Vierne Placide, Corey Ryon, Alan Sofalvi, Donna M. Videto, Ben Wodi
For a listing of adjunct faculty see the Faculty and Administration section of this catalog.
Degrees and Admission Requirements
Master of Science in Community Health
Master of Science in Teaching in Health Education
The Health Department offers the master of science in teaching (M.S.T.) graduate program for students interested in pursuing initial or professional New York state teacher certification. It is based on well-developed philosophical and theoretical foundations, reflects national-level professional preparation standards and focuses on the development of background, skills and competencies related to sound health education practice. The program has been designed to meet the needs of students who have a degree in another teacher-certification area (M.S.T. tracks A and C), or for students who possess an undergraduate degree outside of teacher education and would like to become certified in health education (M.S.T. track B).
The master of science (M.S.) graduate program is designed for those working in local health departments, voluntary health agencies, health care facilities and human service agencies seeking to obtain post baccalaureate training for professional advancement and/or continuing education. This program also is suitable for those students seeking a career change to community health education and graduates of undergraduate health education and health science programs (MS_CHEA).
- School health educator
- Health educator in community agencies
- Health educator at college or university level
- Prevention specialist in school and community agencies
- School district health education coordinator
- Public and community health educator