Bachelor in Public Health Education

Public Health Education student, Erica Lundak, posing with exercise equipment

The Bachelor of Science in Public Health Education (PHE) degree includes 30 hours of public health education core courses, along with 18 credit hours of approved electives, and a 12 credit hour seminar and internship experience.

Public Health Education majors will have the option of completing one of three possible content focus areas in Community Health, Worksite Health Promotion, or Patient Education and Health Coaching.

  • The Bachelor in Public Health Education degree at Kennesaw State University is designed to

    • Focus on improving quality of life and overall well-being of individuals, worksites, and communities through behavioral, environmental, and policy-based initiatives.
    • Prepare students with the knowledge and skills to assess community needs and design, implement, and evaluate health promotion programs.
    • Prepare students for entry to mid-level positions in public health departments, community-based health organizations, outreach education programs, health care settings, private health organizations, and corporate wellness settings as well as advanced studies in Public Health.
    • Prepare students to work collaboratively in interdisciplinary teams, patient care coordination, quality improvement for strategic planning and systems redesign, community engagement, community needs assessment, and health coaching.

Upon declaration of the Public Health Education Major Interest on Owl Express, please schedule a formal advising appointment with the Wellstar College Advising Center.

Contact the PHE Coordinator

Dr. LaNita Wright

PHE Program Coordinator

Convocation Center 3008
(470) 578-2196