The School of HPER offers a master's degree with a concentration in Health Education which builds on a health-related undergraduate degree. The graduate program offers thesis (30 hours) or non-thesis (36 hours) options.
A Thesis Concentration prepares the graduate student for positions with agencies and organizations whose mission is to improve health of the public through education and advocacy. Students in Health Studies are employed in the health field when they enter the program. Many choose to stay in their present position but are able to then infuse more education and advocacy for health in their job.
Possible Job Settings:
Methodist College, American Cancer Society, American Red Cross, UNO School of HPER, National Safety Council-Greater Omaha Chapter, faith-based organizations, school systems (private and public), Wellness Council of America, Wellness Council of the Midlands, University of Nebraska Medical Center, NE Department of Health & Human Services, hospitals and clinics, local public health departments, and Project Extra Mile.