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Making a Difference: Applying Community Health

Prerequisite: SPHL100, HLTH124, HLTH140, HLTH200, HLTH230, EPIB301, EPIB315, BSCI170, BSCI201, and HLTH302. Students must have completed or be concurrently enrolled in HLTH364. Corequisite: HLTH420 and HLTH490. Restriction: Must be in a major within the SPHL-Behavioral and Community Health department. The exploration and application of community health concepts including theoretical models, advocacy, cultural competency, asset mapping, and needs assessment. Includes planning, implementing and evaluating a community health program with a designated community partner.

Sister Courses: HLTH391H

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