FAQs | Public Health Education

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  • Yes, applications must be submitted via the "APPLY" link and will be reviewed by the Program Coordinator/Program Admission Committee

  • Applications are accepted each semester.

  • All students who complete the B.S. in Public Health Education will be eligible for the Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) exam. For further information on CHES, please refer to the following:  http://www.nchec.org/ches

  • PHE Areas of Concentration in Community Health, Worksite Health, and Health Coaching and Patient Education are fulfilled through the PHE selected Content and Skill Related coursework.

  • Yes—PHE 4750—PHE Seminar and Internship is a 12-credit hour, capstone course required of all PHE Majors and is taken in the final semester upon successful completion of all required program coursework.

  • Contact the appropriate Department office for the specific course you are trying to add. Include the reasons for your request as well as your full name, major, course and CRN, and KSU ID number.

  • If you are denied registration to a course in your program of study and meet the requirement
    of course prerequisite and are a declared major or minor, please complete the override
    request form found here:  

  • Course substitutions are handled through the Advising Center and/or your assigned academic advisor. For substitutions specific to courses from other institutions, access the Registrar's Transfer Articulation System to determine if a course you have completed has been substituted on your academic records.

  • Students must declare a major or minor via Owl Express.

  • Without exception, students must petition to graduate in the semester prior to your anticipated graduation date. Specific dates can be found on the academic calendar via the Registrars Office. Petitions to graduate are completed directly through your personal Owl Express account. Note that petitions to graduate are in effect for one year.