In addition to the key accounting course work at the introductory and intermediate levels, critical areas of study including auditing and taxation are required in the program. The importance of ethics and international issues are emphasized throughout the curriculum, along with core competencies in technology and communication.
The program utilizes specific accounting problem-solving software to provide students with practical knowledge of the accounting field. The program also addresses the goals of professional values, communications and leadership skills, strategic and critical thinking skills, and technology skills of the professional accounting environment and provides additional coverage on the International Financial Reporting Standards IFRS.
Students are also exposed to varied business disciplines including economics, statistics, law, corporate finance, and marketing to provide the general business overview and context necessary for accounting studies. This program is consistent with generally accepted accounting principles, including the accounting processes and knowledge areas that lead to professional certification.
The Bachelor of Science in Business BSB undergraduate degree program is designed to prepare graduates with the requisite knowledge, skills, and values to effectively apply various business principles and tools in an organizational setting.
The BSB foundation is designed to bridge the gap between theory and practical application, while examining the areas of accounting, critical thinking and decision-making, economics, finance, business law and ethics, management, marketing, organizational behavior, business statistical techniques, and information systems.
Students are required to demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of the undergraduate business curricula through an integrated topics course. The Bachelor of Science in Management BSM degree program is designed to develop the professional knowledge and skills of cross functional managers in an organization. The BSM degree enhances skills necessary for improved organizational effectiveness in a dynamic and evolving workplace. The program focuses on the development of management roles and emphasizes skills necessary to align resources, and to improve communication, productivity, and effectiveness.
Upon completion of the program, students will possess the skills and competencies needed to determine and implement key management decisions and develop skills in leadership, human resource management, change management, and core business functional areas. The mission of the Doctor of Management in Organizational Leadership degree program is to develop the critical and creative decision-making capabilities of management professionals that enable professional success.
Merging current theory and best practices, the program prepares students to advance their organization, industry, and community through ethical and transformational leadership by. Students in the Graduate Accounting Certificate will develop an understanding of accounting concepts and applications. Students will also become competent in the use of appropriate analytical tools and technologies. They will be sensitive to legal, ethical, and social values in the conduct and communication of accounting practice and decisions.
In addition, students will have an understanding of a portion of the topics required in preparation for the CPA exam: The Graduate Accounting Certificate is designed for students who want to enhance their accounting management skills, enter the accounting profession, or complete additional coursework required for the CPA exam.
While completing this program, students who may be planning to take the CPA exam will utilize CPA Test Preparation software in conjunction with their course work. The Graduate CPA Bridge Certificate is designed for students who want to enhance their accounting management skills, enter the accounting profession, or complete additional coursework required for licensure while also preparing for the CPA exam.
While completing this program, students who may be planning to take the CPA exam will utilize CPA Exam Preparation software in conjunction with their course work. Students in the Graduate Project Management Certificate program will develop an understanding of project management concepts, applications, and the five processes that define project management. The concentration is based on standards as tested by the Project Management Professional PMP certification examination.
The Graduate Project Management Certificate program is designed for students who want to enhance their project management skills, become project managers, or complete additional coursework in preparation for Project Management Professional PMP certification.
The Master of Business Administration MBA program prepares students in the functional areas of business allowing them to develop managerial skills necessary to be effective in a rapidly changing business environment. The program is designed for students with an interest in entering or advancing their careers in business. The program reflects current research of managerial competencies as well as graduate business standards as reflected by existing national standardized graduate business tests.
In addition to the University learning goals, the MBA program prepares students to do the following:. Discover how diversity and values strengthen working relationships and contribute to effective problem solving.
The MBA consists of credit hours. Thirty-six credit hours constitute the core curriculum which covers the following areas of business: The program is based on current research of managerial competencies and graduate business standards as tested by existing national standardized graduate business examinations. In addition to the University learning goals, the MBA program prepares students to do the following: The Master of Business Administration Concentration in Human Resource Management Certificate Track program addresses issues which the human resource professional faces daily, from legal matters to staff recruitment and development.
Major topic areas covered include the role of human resources, employment practices, employee and labor relations, compensation, benefits, safety and health, and employee development.
Participants acquire knowledge and skills that are essential in addressing the challenges of the human resource profession. Students master the theory and principles that frame a wide range of problems and issues encountered in the accounting profession. This degree will allow students to seek positions in such career areas as accounting, auditing, and budgeting. The MSA core curriculum covers the following areas of accounting: This program addresses the goals of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants AICPA for the professional values, communications and leadership skills, strategic and critical thinking skills, and technology skills The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, This degree will give the student the option of taking en-route certificates.
The MSA with the Graduate CPA Bridge Certificate is designed for students who want to enhance their accounting management skills, enter the accounting profession, or complete additional coursework required for licensure while also preparing for the CPA exam.
The Business Analytics certificate will prepare students with the skills necessary to analyze data to make impactful business decisions that will improve the competitive advantages of an organization. Students will learn the skills of extracting meaningful information from digital data sources and make decisions regarding operations, sales and marketing, research and development, and other core business functions. Topics covered within the program include information technologies and applications; data mining, data analytics, and data visualization; practices for the collection, integration, analysis, and presentation of business data and information; and data ethics and security.
Students will also be provided with the opportunity to apply these core business analytics skills to industry-specific cases through the selection and completion of elective courses within the program. The Finance Planning certificate emphasizes fundamental and advanced financial planning concepts, theories, and practices to promote well-informed personal financial decision making.
Upon completion of this program, students will be able to examine the areas of personal finance planning, investment analysis and portfolio management, retirement and benefit planning, and insurance planning.
Students will integrate advanced topics in financial planning through practical application. The Management certificate emphasizes managing human and fiscal resources within the structure, culture, and missions of any organization.
The program provides students with the opportunity to examine the areas of innovation in business, human resource management, change management, organizational negotiations, and strategic management. Students will integrate advanced topics in management through real-world business application.
The Human Resource Management certificate prepares students to develop an understanding of the fundamentals of human resource management and its strategic relevance in business. The program addresses the legal and ethical components of the decision making process involved in the human resources environment.
Students will also develop an understanding of the critical business implications for human resource professionals today and in the future. HR practitioners and managers must be equipped with a solid understanding of the fundamentals of human resource management, along with strong skills in the areas of systems thinking, problem solving, influencing, negotiating, communications, and leadership. This program is consistent with generally accepted human resource management principles, including the professional certification knowledge areas.
The Marketing certificate addresses how to identify customer needs, how to communicate information about products and services to customers and potential customers, where to market, the pricing of products and services, and how to respond to growing demands in different countries and cultures. The program builds upon the foundational marketing course and allows further study in the areas of consumer behavior, marketing research, public relations, product and brand management, and small business marketing.
Marketing managers need creative, analytical, and leadership abilities to manage the marketing function of the business enterprise. The mission of the Bachelor of Science in Applied Psychology Program is to prepare students use psychology applications in contemporary life and employment settings such as business and industry, government, education, military and community agencies. This program provides a foundation in developmental, social, cognitive, and behavioral psychology with a concentration in the interactions and impacts of media and technology on humans.
The Bachelor of Science in Applied Psychology provides a contemporary perspective on the applications of psychology to mediated communication, relationships, learning and the role technology plays in human interactions.
This program does not prepare students for professional certification or licensure as a psychologist. The mission of the Bachelor of Science in Industrial and Organizational Psychology is to prepare students to support healthy organizational cultures and to address organizational issues by applying psychological principles to personnel, administration, management, sales and marketing functions within an industrial and organizational setting.
This program provides a foundation in Psychological theories and methodologies used by industrial organizational psychology practitioners, social, cognitive and motivational processes and ethics. The Bachelor of Science in Industrial-Organizational Psychology provides a foundation in psychology and its relevance and applications to industry and organizational settings. The Master of Science in Psychology focuses on the scientific study of human behavior including cognition, motivation and emotion.
The program provides training in four core areas: Students will learn how the science of psychology is advanced through research. Emphasis is placed on critical thinking, problem-solving and the application of knowledge to problems and issues related to the human experience. This program is not designed to prepare students for professional licensure. The Master of Science in Psychology is an educational degree program that provides a foundation of knowledge in the field of psychology.
This program does not prepare students for any type of professional certification or licensure as a psychologist. The Nursing Certificate programs enhances the knowledge and skills of registered nurses with graduate-level nursing degree preparation. The program prepares registered nurses to function in leadership roles in administration, practice, and educational settings.
Advanced nursing theory and research provide the foundation for nurses to influence the future of nursing and health care. Students complete courses in advanced nursing content, process, and leadership.
Concentrations in nursing psychiatric-mental health, family nurse practitioner, nursing informatics, nursing administration and nursing education allow students to concentrate on developing increased knowledge and skills in a specific area of content. The Nursing Certificate program enhances the knowledge and skills of registered nurses with graduate-level nursing degree preparation. Advanced nursing theory and research provide the foundation for nurse leaders to influence the future of nursing and health care.
Specialty informatics courses allow students to focus on contemporary industry-required competencies such as: The program prepares the graduate to function in leadership and specialize in the use of electronically stored data to influence quality in care delivery and provide evidence of meeting compliance and regulatory requirements.
Specialty Administration courses allow students to focus on contemporary industry-required competencies such as: Specialty education courses allow students to focus on contemporary industry-required competencies such as: The Master of Science in Nursing MSN program enhances the knowledge and skills of registered nurses with baccalaureate-degree preparation.
The program prepares registered nurses to function in leadership and advanced practice roles within the profession of nursing. Students complete core courses in advanced nursing content, process, and leadership. Specialty concentrations allow students to focus learning on developing increased knowledge and skills in a specific area of content or advanced practice role The Bachelor of Science in Nursing and the Master of Science in Nursing programs at the University of Phoenix are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, K Street, NW, Suite , Washington, DC , The program educationally prepares nurses for advanced practice to function in leadership roles in practice and educational settings and emphasizes comprehensive, preventative care in addition to treatment.
The Associate of Arts degree in Information Technology program provides the opportunity to specialize through the selection of College of Information Systems and Technology practical based academic certificates aligned to industry certifications in a variety of areas.
Knowledge and skills in Information Technology professional competence and values, information utilization, collaboration, communication, critical thinking and problem solving are provided in the program. The Bachelor of Science in Information Technology BSIT program provides the knowledge to successfully apply information technology theory and principles to address real world business opportunities and challenges.
The program covers fundamental and advanced knowledge in a variety of IT related topic areas. The program provides the opportunity to specialize through the selection of University of Phoenix IT academic certificates, aligned to industry certifications, to support IT career goals. The Graduate Business Analytics Certificate is designed to provide specific theories, competencies, and skills necessary for success in the field of Business Analytics.
Courses in this certificate can be used to help prepare for Oracle and SAS industry certifications. Under the guidance of practitioner faculty, the graduate student is exposed to key information systems technologies and real world use cases to understand the development and management of business systems within and across organizations.
The Advanced Networking Certificate is designed to provide complete coverage of networking topics including the OSI model, network topologies, network protocols, network operating systems, as well as network architecture, network design and management. Comprehensive coverage of local area, wide area, and wireless networks including performance and service levels are addressed in this concentration.
This certificate also provides an exposure to network modeling and measuring of network performance. The Advanced Software Developer Certificate concentrates on principles of software application development. This certificate explores modern software development though the use of multiple modern application programming languages as well as mobile programming and software architecture principles. The Desktop Support Certificate offers coursework in the technologies and methods necessary to provide technical support to information technology and computer system users.
The Information Assurance and Security Certificate offers coursework to successfully apply information technology theory and principles to address real world business opportunities and challenges. The coursework provides students with technical skills and interactive, hands-on experience in information systems, wireless networking, cyber security, cryptography, and systems security.
This certificate concentrates on the concepts and principles of securing and protecting the information assets of the organization. The Network Support Certificate offers coursework in the specific theories, competencies, and skills necessary for success as a network administrator. This program is designed to help students become competent in the areas of managing, maintaining, troubleshooting, installing, and configuring basic network infrastructure.
The programming certificate focuses on the tasks involved in various programming management job roles, and the skills and technologies to perform those tasks. The Correctional Program Support Services undergraduate degree at University of Phoenix is focused on developing professional intervention, facilitation skills and foundational competencies specifically for students working with a forensic population.
The program provides instruction in correctional assessment, case management, facilitation skills, systems of therapeutic intervention, and reintegration strategies.
This program does not lead to an industry certification or license. The Bachelor of Science in Correctional Program Support Services is an educational degree program that provides a foundation of knowledge in the field of correctional program support services.
This program does not prepare students for any type of professional certification or licensure as a correctional officer, social worker or counselor. The Master of Science in Counseling: Clinical Mental Health Counseling is a 63 credit program that prepares graduates to work as practitioners with diverse clients in various mental health environments, including private practice, hospitals, and public and private mental health agencies.
Students learn the foundations of counseling including theories and their application with groups and individuals; assessment and evaluation; counseling and consultative relationships; career planning; research methods; legal and ethical concerns, trauma and crisis, and program development, implementation, and evaluation. The program addresses critical issues facing counselors and includes supervised practicum and internship experiences where students obtain practical experience prior to graduation.
In order to practice as a counselor in most states, the student must be licensed as an LPC licensed professional counselor , MFT marriage and family therapist , or other comparable state professional license designation. License requirements vary by state. Upon successful completion of all educational requirements and required postgraduate supervised clinical hours, graduates are eligible to sit for the LPCC licensure exams in California. The BSHA curriculum addresses the basic body of knowledge, understanding, and skills identified as relevant to an ever expanding and diverse health care arena.
Coursework includes content in some of the following areas- management, finance, legal and ethical parameters, risk and quality management, human resources, and information systems.
Upon completion of the core curriculum health care students have the opportunity to select an area of focus that is designed to expand their professional opportunities.
The curriculum builds on a foundation of biological, physical, and social sciences, which contribute to the science of nursing. The liberal arts components enhance the development of the intellectual, social, and cultural aspects of the professional nurse.
Using human caring as a framework, registered nurses are prepared as generalists who are able to apply critical thinking, professional skills, and knowledge to patient outcomes and health care systems. The program is designed to expand knowledge in the areas of nursing science evidence and theory in order to apply current evidence-based knowledge to increase quality of patient outcomes and health systems.
The program targets relevant content to align with many industry standards, which permits graduates to be influential leaders within the nursing profession. The mission of the Doctor of Health Administration degree program is to develop healthcare leaders by educating them in the areas of active inquiry, critical thought, and scholarly dialogue.
The program prepares students from diverse backgrounds to: This program is designed to provide health care professionals with diverse interdisciplinary backgrounds with the knowledge and process of aging. Content is designed to provide students with relevant information related to the physical, mental, and social aspects of gerontology as well as human services, economic and legal factors that influence elders.
With an emerging proportion of older adults in our society there is a growing market for aging services which are fueled by products and services for well elders as well as those elders compromised by chronic illnesses or disabilities.
Career opportunities are increasing and are not limited to just long term care. Business, industry, community health, federal and local governments and professional organizations will look to include workers prepared to understand the needs of this population as a major consumer of their products and services.
Students enrolled in the Graduate Health Care Sustainability Management Certificate focus on curriculum that is designed to instill environmental, economical, and social sensitivity and responsibility within the health care industry. This includes covering concepts such as accountability for managing outcomes, reducing costs and waste, and minimizing the environmental impact of health care systems.
Learners are provided with a foundation in educational theory and practice. Topics include adult learning theory, curriculum development, assessment and evaluation, and best practice in instruction in diverse settings.
The concentration in Gerontology for Health Administrators addresses the diverse needs of aging populations, focusing on the existing systems and emerging policy and social initiatives that inform the care continuum for these individuals now and in the future. Content includes exploration and critique of the environments and facilities that provide resources to aging populations, an entrepreneurial perspective on how to shape the industry in a way that is aging-centric, and strategies for improving health outcomes for these populations with an acute awareness of the complexity of existing cultural, economic, and legal factors.
The concentration in Health Care Informatics presents informatics as the strategic acquisition, interpretation and utilization of data to lead organizations in the health sector. The focus of the program is on informatics as an evolving and interdisciplinary field related to the sourcing, compiling and synthesis of data across the health sector. The dual degree provides graduates with a distinct edge and greater flexibility in shaping a meaningful career by covering essential business knowledge and industry specific skills.
Students have the capacity to critically examine and evaluate issues and trends that are influential to the destiny of a broad and evolving health care system. Curriculum is tailored to the needs of the health care business leader by providing content in areas such as finance, policy, research, technology, human resources, economics, marketing, and strategic planning.
The program also emphasizes the identification, analysis, and solution of complex management problems for a growing industry. In addition, the dual degree offers students to customize the curriculum by selecting elective courses to maximize career goals and opportunities. While duties may vary, they will include entering data related to diagnostic procedures, diseases, and general health history information.
Students will be introduced to a current electronic health records system application in the certificate program. This certificate is designed to provide a framework in health care management concepts. The courses will provide perspectives related to health care delivery services, health care management and human resources, financial accounting concepts, as well as an introduction to the legal and regulatory aspects in health care.
This certificate will provide an introductory overview of concepts such as an introduction to health care delivery, communication skills, medical terminology, health care information systems, the regulatory environment, and patient records.
These concepts are needed to work in an entry level aspect of the health and wellness industry, such as a medical spa, weight management clinic, physician front office or clinic. With an emerging proportion of older adults in our society there is a growing market for aging services which are fueled by products and services for elders as well as for adults compromised by severe injuries or disabilities. The long term care certificate focuses on increasing the knowledge and skills essential to work with these various populations.
Courses focus on aging, legal issues and perspectives, programs and services, as well as alternative living environments for these populations. The certificate in Medical Records lays a foundation for further study in health care medical records at the undergraduate level. Topics focus on anatomy and physiology related to terminology and disease diagnosis, medical billing and coding, medical insurance processes, and medical claims processing and compliance.
Software instruction synthesizes a variety of records processes common in medical facilities. Pick an area of interest to study and explore options in a variety of fields:. Keep pace with emerging trends and best practices in the healthcare industry with an on-campus or online healthcare degree.
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In the Classroom Online Either. Request Info Request Info. Healthcare degrees Our healthcare degree programs provide you with the skills you can use in a variety of healthcare organizations. Next session begins NOV Some program start times may vary. Serve others in the changing landscape — earn your Healthcare degree. Bachelor of Science in Health Administration. Master of Health Administration. Earn a degree in our College of Health Professions: Associate of Arts in Criminal Justice The AA in Criminal Justice Program is designed to address the needs of the Criminal justice and security occupations that require the breadth and depth of knowledge and a continually evolving set of physical, technological, cognitive, and interpersonal skills to navigate a rapidly changing environment.
Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Administration The mission of the Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Administration is to provide students with a strong foundation in criminal justice principles, concepts, and theories, as well as a practice orientation to justice administration. Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Administration with an Associate of Arts in Criminal Justice The mission of the Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Administration is to provide students with a strong foundation in criminal justice principles, concepts, and theories, as well as a practice orientation to justice administration.
Bachelor of Science in Public Administration The Bachelor of Science in Public Administration program develops skills necessary for a career in government policy, organization and management at the local, federal, and state level, and in nonprofit administration.
The program topics include: Master of Public Administration The Master of Public Administration MPA program is designed to prepare students for a leadership career within private, nonprofit, and public service organizations and communities.
To prepare students for leadership careers in public administration, the program focuses on the regulatory, political, economic, social, and cultural environments and the theories and concepts that influence management and evaluation of diverse public service organizations, programs and processes; presents social entrepreneurial and business approaches to public service issues and opportunities at the state, county and local levels of government; and emphasizes adherence to the values and ethical principles of the public administration profession in all aspects of public service.
While distinctions between the roles of justice and security organizations are understood, the degree emphasizes an understanding of administrative responsibilities common to both disciplines. Consistent with the University of Phoenix Mission Statement, and focuses on organizational productivity, leadership, and providing quality service in criminal justice organizations and the community are stressed.
The degree provides students with administrative program and policy development and problem solving skills that blend industry theory with best practices and practical application. This degree should be of particular interest to criminal justice practitioners, pre-service students and second career students seeking executive, management, promotional or transitional opportunities in the management of police, corrections, court operations, and security organizations.
Associate of Arts - Professional Focus The University of Phoenix Associate of Arts in Professional Focus acknowledges college level coursework, military training, and national testing to partially fulfill the requirements of the degree. The Associate of Arts degree includes a professional focus recognized by the American Council on Education ACE as equivalent college content, to fulfill a 15 credit professional focus in the degree.
Bachelor of Arts in English The Bachelor of Arts degree with a language requirement and primary major in English is designed to provide students with substantive academic content in a liberal arts discipline of their choice.
The program was created specifically to build upon personal and professional communication experiences. The curriculum focuses on the development of core communication competencies. It emphasizes theory and application in the domains of interpersonal, small group, organizational, mass communication, culture, and communication technology.
Specific areas of focus include business communication, diversity, intercultural communication, conflict resolution, legal and ethical issues, media, and future trends in communication technology. Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science The Bachelor of Science degree with a mathematics requirement and primary majors in natural sciences and history is designed to provide students with substantive academic content in the discipline of their choice.
Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership The mission of the Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership degree program is to prepare students and professionals to become effective leaders who value diversity and academic integrity and have the competencies essential for shaping the future within complex educational environments.
The program promotes a commitment to fostering innovation, collaboration, scholarship, and service. Throughout the program students will be educated in the concepts, knowledge and skills necessary to make valuable contributions to the field of education and society.
Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership with a specialization in Curriculum and Instruction The mission of the Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership degree program is to prepare students and professionals to become effective leaders who value diversity and academic integrity and have the competencies essential for shaping the future within complex educational environments. Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership with a specialization in Educational Technology The mission of the Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership degree program is to prepare students and professionals to become effective leaders who value diversity and academic integrity and have the competencies essential for shaping the future within complex educational environments.
Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership with a specialization in Higher Education Administration The mission of the Doctor of Education in Higher Education Administration program is to prepare education professionals who can address the multiple challenges facing higher education in a dynamic global community. Graduates will be educational practitioners who demonstrate analytical, critical, and innovative thinking to improve the performance of educational institutions.
The program is designed to emphasize leadership and to focus on a specialization in Curriculum and Instruction. Master of Health Administration The Master of Health Administration v provides leaders and aspiring leaders in the health sector with the insight and skills necessary to drive the future of healthcare by facilitating cross-system transformation and improving outcomes for patients, populations, and providers.
Master of Health Administration with a concentration in Sustainability Management The Master of Health Administration prepares leaders and aspiring leaders in the health sector by providing the competencies necessary to drive the future of healthcare through effective facilitation of cross-system transformation and the improvement of health outcomes for patients, populations, and providers.
Associate of Arts with a concentration in Accounting Fundamentals The Associate of Arts with a concentration in Accounting focuses on the role of accounting in business strategy, financial statements, cost information, economics, management, and ethical issues.
Associate of Arts with a concentration in Business Fundamentals The Associate of Arts with a concentration in Business Foundations focuses on a variety of business essentials including management theory and practice, information systems, financial accounting, critical thinking and effective managerial communications.
Bachelor of Science in Accounting The Bachelor of Science in Accounting BSACC promotes identification with, and orientation to, the accounting profession and is designed to provide knowledge and skills necessary to an accounting career. Bachelor of Science in Accounting with an Associate of Arts with a concentration in Business Fundamentals The Bachelor of Science in Accounting BSACC promotes identification with, and orientation to, the accounting profession and is designed to provide knowledge and skills necessary to an accounting career.
Public health departments provide health services and are organized by a city, county, state, or federal government. School health involves teaching students about health and health related behaviors. Non Profit Voluntary Health Agencies: Missions include public education, professional education, patient education, research, direct services and support to or for people directly affected by a specific health or medical problem. Usually funded by such means as private donations, grants, and fund-raisers.
As a faculty member, the health educator typically has three major responsibilities: As a health educator in a university health service or wellness center, the major responsibility is to plan, implement, and evaluate health promotion and education programs for program participants. Work site Health Promotion: These work site wellness programs offer an additional setting for health educators and allow them to reach segments of the population that are not easily reached through traditional community health programs.
Some work site health promotion activities include: Independent Consulting and Government Contracting: They may be hired to assess individual and community needs for health education; plan, implement, administer and evaluate health education strategies; conduct research; serve as health education resource person; and or communicate about and advocate for health and health education. Government contractors are often behind national health education programs, government reports, public information web sites and telephone lines, media campaigns, conferences, and health education materials.
Nyswander was born September 29, Nysawnder pursued her interest in public health at the Works Progress Administration during the depression. She served with the Federal Works Agency contributing to the establishment of nursery schools and child care centers to accommodate young mothers working in defense plants. She set up these centers in 15 northeastern states. This did not happen quickly so she advocated all over the nation to train people to act as foster parents for the children of working women.
Nyswander became the director of the City health Center in Astoria, Queens in She spent her time as director promoting the idea of New York City keeping an eye on the health of children. They would do this by keeping records that would follow them to whatever school they might move to. This is still used in public health education courses today. He then went on to earn his doctorate and moved to the New York City Health Department as the secretary to the sanitary superintendent.
He became chief of the Public Health Service and began assembling a team of behavioral scientists. They studied the nexus of behavior, social factors, and disease. Two scientists and Derryberry conducted the study of the role of health beliefs in explaining utilization of public health screening services. This work contributed to the development of the Health Belief Model. This provided an important theoretical foundation for modern health education.
His legacy was very important because he engaged behavioral and social scientists in the problems of public health and gave importance to the role of that health education plays on human health. Elena Sliepcevich was a leading figure in the development of health education both as an academic discipline and a profession.
She received her doctorate in physical education from Springfield College in After completing her schooling, Elena Sliepcevich worked at Ohio State University in as a professor of health education. There she helped direct the School Health Education Study from to , and most health education curricula used in schools today are based on the ten conceptual areas identified by the School Health Education Study. These ten areas of focus include community health, consumer health, environmental health, family life, mental and emotional health, injury prevention and safety, nutrition, personal health, prevention and control of disease, and drug use and abuse.
She became a general nurse in , and an obstetric nurse in Along with other RAAF nurses, she would partake in evacuations throughout New Guinea and Borneo, which earned the nurses the nickname "the flying angels", and were also known as the "glamor girls" of the air force.
In April , she was ranked No. She and other nurses cared for many patients who suffered from malnutrition and dysentery. During the Korean War, Cleary was charge sister on the RAAF, where she organized medical evacuations of Australians from Korea, fought for better treatment and conditions of the critically wounded, and nursed recently exchanged Prisoners of War.
On August 18, , Ms. Cleary was made honorary nursing sister to Queen Elizabeth II. She had been appointed an associate of the Royal Red Cross in , and became a leading member in for her contributions to the training of medical staff, and for maintaining "the high ideals of the nursing profession".
She retired on March 28, , and later died on August 26, A long time health educator, Delbert Oberteuffer definitely made his mark on the physical education and health education world. He furthered his education by becoming a professor at Ohio State University where he taught from until He died in at the age of He was survived by his wife, Katherine, and his son, Theodore K. Howard Hoyman is mainly recognized for his work in sex education and introductions of ecology concepts.
He is credited for developing the original sex education program for students in grades 1 through The model Hoyman created heavily influenced the thinking of many health educators. Throughout his career he wrote over articles and was honored many times by multiple organizations such as Phi Beta Kappa and the American Public Health Association. Hoyman retired in as A Professor Emeritus.
Lloyd Kolbe received his B. Kolbe played a huge role in the development of many health programs applied to the daily life of different age groups. He received the award for Excellence in Prevention and Control of Chronic Disease, which is the highest recognition in his department of work, for his work forming the Division of Adolescent and School Health. Kolbe was the Director of this program for 15 years. A year later he received his M. He held many jobs at numerous Universities including Western Kentucky University, University of Georgia, Indiana University, and the University of Florida where he currently resides today.
She was elected president November Murray has served in a number of Medical settings her most recent being Medical Director of the federally funded health center, Winfield Moody, serving the Cabrini—Green public housing project in Chicago.
She has also been an active member of the board of national organizations. Along with this she served as Chief Medical Officer in primary care for the twenty three primary care and community health centers. Murray has also been a voice for social justice and health care as a basic human right for over forty years.
Kittleson has experience as owner and founder of the HEDIR a place where people can hold discussions related to health and health education.
Elaine Auld has been a leading figure for over more than 30 years in the health education field. She has been a certified health specialist since and in was an adviser to the first Health Education Graduate Standards. Elaine was involved with the Competency Update Project CUP , which provided standards for the health education profession. For the last decade Elaine has been a site visitor for the Council on Education for Public Health, and also strengthened the accreditation and preparation of future health specialists, which is key to an overall healthy well-being.
She co-edited Health Is Academic: Wooley spent four years on a curriculum development project for elementary schools, Science for Life and Living: Integrating Science, Technology and Health. Now Susan oversees the day-to-day operations of a national professional association and provides consultation and technical assistance to others working toward health education. It was initiated by Sagen Ishizuka , a famous military doctor and pioneer of the macrobiotic diet.
Following the introduction of Western fast food in the late 20th century, the Japanese government mandated education in nutrition and food origins, starting with the Basic Law of Shokuiku in , and followed with the School Health Law in Universities have established programs to teach shokuiku in public schools, as well as investigating its effectiveness through academic study. Classes in shokuiku will study the processes of making food, such as farming or fermentation; how additives create flavor; and where food comes from.
Health education in Poland is not mandatory, but research has shown that even with implantation of health education that the adolescents of Poland were still not choosing to live a health lifestyle. Health education is still needed in Poland, but the factor of what is actually available, especially in rural areas, and what is affordable affects the decisions more than what is healthy. The Health education in Taiwan focus on multiple topic, this included but not limit to .
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