Students pursuing this degree regularly develop to:

  • University Professor
  • Regional director for a state health department
  • Director of a statewide HIV/AIDS education program
  • Program director with an international relief agency
  • Evaluation and research director for a regional reproductive health program
  • Research associate with a University-based applied research team
  • Health promotion/education coordinator for the local office of a national prevention and advocacy organization
  • Director of a center for rural health
  • Research and evaluation specialist for a large urban school district
  • Behavioral Scientist with a federal agency
  • Patient education specialist in a health care setting
  • Policy analyst and/or policy change agent for local and state government