Nebraska Hybrid Health Education & Communication Graduate Programs
Having trouble deciding between online and local campus learning? If so, a hybrid graduate program in health education or communication may be a good choice for you. Hybrid programs offer flexibility with your course schedule but still give you the option to interact with students in class and utilize libraries, gyms or other student services while you’re on campus.
Looking to gain more advanced skills in health education or health communication? If so, a hybrid health promotion graduate program may be a good option for you! Health education professionals are responsible for sharing promotional health information and disease prevention materials to the public. Two common occupations in the field include health educators and community health workers. Health educators focus on teaching people behaviors and strategies that help promote wellness; while community health workers collect information and discuss health issues with members of specific communities or populations. Learn more about hybrid online/campus graduate degrees in health education and health communication today!
Filter your hybrid search by degree for Hybrid Masters Programs in Health Education or Hybrid Graduate Certificate in Health Education or Health Promotion.