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    Nov 27, 2020  
ACE Catalog - Volume 28 
    
ACE Catalog - Volume 28 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Public Health Education, Ed.D. (Ed.S. or ABD to Ed.D. Pathway)


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Individuals who have completed an Ed.S. degree or have completed all doctoral coursework but not completed the dissertation (ABD) are eligible for this pathway. The courses listed are to be completed at ACE to earn an Ed.D. in Public Health Education. Please note: students who have not completed at least 6 credits in research prior to enrolling at ACE will need to take additional research credits per the Prior Credit Considerations Grid found here.

The Doctorate in Public Health Education (Ed.D.) is designed to prepare healthcare professionals and educators with the competencies necessary to address the public health issues of local, national, and international communities from a health education perspective. The dynamic connection between research, theory, and practice prepares graduates to be leaders and experts in public health education through research intensive coursework and dissertation.

Program Outcomes

  1. Create, implement, and evaluate innovative programs to address public health across diverse communities.
  2. Contribute to innovative solutions for complex public health concerns with actions based on theory, standards, and frameworks.
  3. Interpret evidence-based research to develop and advocate for policies and programs promoting positive social change in the health of individuals and communities.
  4. Collaborate with stakeholders within diverse communities to advocate, educate, and improve the health of individuals and communities.
  5. Demonstrate best practices in leadership and serve as an expert resource in public health education.
  6. Demonstrate evidence-based decision-making, integrating principles of cultural competence, leadership, equity, ethics, and social justice to address public health concerns and education in local, national, and global communities.
  7. Contribute to public health education knowledge bases through the dissemination of applied research.
  8. Utilize professional and ethical standards when engaging in research and evaluation of public health programs.
  9. Demonstrate competence in the application of multiple research methods.

Credits Transferred from Prior Education (27 Semester Credits)


Course List (37 Total Semester Credits Required)


Leadership Courses (3 Semester Credits)


Research Courses (6 Semester Credits/2 Courses)


Note


  • This program is neither designed nor approved (as of the publication date of this Catalog) to prepare students for licensure, certification, or endorsement in any state.
  • Check availability in your state on the Programs by State section of the ACE website.

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