Health Promotion and Education

Health Promotion & Education

The Health Promotion & Education program at the University of Cincinnati is one of the premier programs in the country and an ideal program for individuals interested in helping people and communities to become healthy and happy. We offer student-centered program options for undergraduate and graduate degrees, preparing our graduates for careers in local, national and international settings. Our faculty and instructors represent a broad range of experience, skills and knowledge in the field and regularly present papers at professional meetings and publish in top-tiered professional journals throughout the profession.

Graduates of this program have obtained positions throughout the US in a wide array of health promotion and health education settings including:

  • Academia
  • Health departments
  • Non-profit organizations
  • Wellness centers
  • Hospitals
  • Corporate wellness programs
  • Exercise/fitness facilities

The Health Education faculty are extremely student-oriented and possess a broad range of experience, skills and knowledge in the field of health promotion and health education. Faculty members provide much research expertise and professional experience in such health areas as:

  • Substance abuse prevention
  • Violence and suicide prevention
  • Minority health
  • Mental health promotion
  • Women's health issues
  • Nutrition
  • Physical activity
  • Sexual health
  • Stress management
  • Health program planning, implementation, and evaluation

Students in the program attend classes both in the traditional face-to-face delivery method, as well as online. Graduates of the program have applauded the program's commitment to excellence in teaching, service, and research opportunities.