MEd in Educational, School, and Counseling Psychology with Emphasis in Health Education and Promotion
No longer admitting to this emphasis beginning Summer 2020.
Health Education is a strong graduate program within the Department of Educational and Counseling Psychology. The graduate program serves bachelors and masters degree students from the state of Missouri as well as from other states. Many of our graduate students are professionals practicing in the field, and come to MU for graduate training. A number of our graduate students cross train in health related fields like athletics, nursing, nutrition, physical training, physical therapy, occupational therapy, and psychology.
Students who earned a bachelor's degree in a health-related program of study are qualified to enter the masters program in health education. A minimum of 30 credit hours are required. The MEd Students who earn a master's degree are encouraged to take the CHES (Certified Health Education Specialist) examination for certification.
|Foundations Core Courses||6|
|Health Behavior: Drug and Sexuality Education|
or ESC_PS 7185
|Health Behaviors: Drug and Sexuality Education|
|General Core Courses|
Health Area Courses
Statistics and Research Methodology course
|Overview of Research Methods|
|Introduction to Applied Statistics|
(Individual Studies are electives related to student’s area of expertise)
Sample Plan of Study
A student’s plan of study will vary depending on their program track and career goals and should be completed in consultation with her/his academic advisor.
The M.Ed. student is required to take a comprehensive examination during the last semester in the program.
This program is not accepting applications at this time.