PHHB 8950 PUBLIC HEALTH LEADERSHIP AND ADVOCACY (3 credits)
This course incorporates public health leadership theory and practices that are grounded in biomedical and social science and sanctioned by public law. Also included is the politics of communities and organizations. Advocacy is emphasized as a key tool to secure funding and to help assure that local, state, and federal policy-makers will adopt, implement, and maintain important public health regulations, policies and programs.
Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): Fifteen (15) health education graduate credits. Not open to non-degree graduate students.