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Study the health and wellness of the community through initiatives, programs, and practices designed to improve its health. The curriculum is focused on key areas expressed by the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing. Learn about assessment, planning, implementation, research and evaluation, service and advocacy and the administration of public health and health education programming.
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"Having an inclusive garden makes it easier for other people to access, whether it includes people in a wheelchair, using a walker or a cane," says junior Charlotte B. Inclusive Community Gardens is funded by the Division of Disability Services, New Jersey Department of Human Services.
Professors offer opportunities to get involved like clubs and labs. We have speakers come in, and it inspires us to see what paths we want to go down.
Alexa W. Mercer County, NJ
I’m happy Rowan offers this major. I’m getting the training I want for the career I wanted. I would like to have a direct impact on keeping society healthy.
Emily W. Atlantic County, NJ
The major is so broad! I could work for the Health Department, the US Embassy, or I could even make your healthcare.
Abigail G. Union County, NJ