About the program: The HPDP program is population centered and helps to engage in applied research to address the behavioral, structural, social and cultural factors related to individual, community and population health protection. The programs exposes students to courses in community assessment, planning and evaluation. Graduates are prepared to conduct research and apply theoretical perspectives, research findings, and experiences to answer complex public health questions. Degree completion = 45 credits Includes a practicum experience providing students with hands on experience.
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FIU Application Deadlines and Requirements: Start Terms: Fall; Application Deadlines: For International Students: Feb 15th; Domestic Priority: March 1st; Regular: June 1st; GRE: Required; TOEFL: Required for all foreign graduates (550 paper-based, 80 internet-based or 6.5 on IELTS exam); Other Exams: NONE; 3 Letters of Recommendation Required; Additional Requirements: Resume; When Applying students MUST select the sub plan / specialization: Health Promotion and Disease Prevention.For admission requirement please visit: http://gradschool.fiu.edu/admission-requirements.shtml