NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
The College of Health Professions is now accepting applications for its NEW online Master of Science in Prevention, Health Promotion and Wellness degree program with classes beginning in fall 2014. This program prepares innovative leaders who can implement effective prevention, health promotion and wellness efforts in the health promotion and wellness industry, insurance companies, the public health field and in organizations that want to improve the health and well-being of their employees. The program is perfect for healthcare practitioners and fitness professionals who are ready to offer an enhanced level of wellness services. It is also an option for those who want to enhance their resume as part of further graduate study in a variety of healthcare professions, including medicine, dentistry, physical therapy and physician assistant studies. Because we understand your busy lifestyle, this program is flexible and takes place completely online. If you have questions or would like to speak with about this exciting opportunity call (847) 578-3324. Click here to apply!
Prevention, Health Promotion and Wellness - The Master of Science program is designed to prepare students for jobs in the prevention, health promotion and wellness industry, the public health field, and in businesses that want to improve the health and well-being of their employees. Students will demonstrate competency in the following five areas; application of preventions, health promotion and wellness knowledge, teaching health information, effective professional communication, program leadership and management, and demonstration of critical thinking and research evaluation skills.
The Master of Science degree program is taught online and is designed for students who are employed full-time, have other personal or professional commitments, are self-motivated and goal-oriented, have the ability to work independently, and cannot or do not wish to relocate for a campus-based program. Students can enroll in one or two courses per quarter. Students can also enroll full-time, if they desire. All program participation is completed online with no on-campus attendance required. Students are required to have access to a computer and direct Internet access. Contact between faculty and students are conducted primarily through the Internet, e-mail and telephone. Although this program is convenient, it is not an easy route for earning a graduate degree. Our academic standards are high and the curriculum is challenging. Once students begin the degree program, they have up to five (5) years to complete the Master of Science degree. A student who is enrolled part-time, in two courses per quarter, and does not take a leave of absence, can complete the degree in two (2) academic years. Full-time students can complete the degree in one (1) academic year. Students must follow the standard admissions procedures used at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science.