Explores theories, models, and methods of social and behavioral disciplines relevant to the identification, description, and solution of public health problems. Engage students’ critical and creative thinking regarding social and behavioral concepts and processes that influence personal and population health. Develops public health competency in social and behavioral principles and related core themes in health promotion and disease prevention. Evaluates social, behavioral, structural, and cultural factors that have an impact on public health in multiple contexts including individual, community, national and global perspectives.
EXCP Course Prerequisites: Social Innovation and Human Service major, prior completion of AAS Degree in Pragmatic Studies.