Graduates of this program will be prepared to:

  1. Demonstrate an understanding of how the concepts of health and wellness relate to health promotion and disease prevention.
  2. Critically appraise the context and quality of healthcare delivery within and outside of the United States.
  3. Apply epidemiological approaches to the study of patterns of disease and injury in populations.
  4. Evaluate study designs, methods, and strategies for data analysis used in health-related research.
  5. Analyze key behavioral and cultural factors that impact health and healthcare.
  6. Demonstrate an understanding of how technology and legal and ethical issues impact the delivery of healthcare services.
  7. Analyze the major advantages and disadvantages of an interdisciplinary approach to healthcare delivery.
  8. Articulate critical issues in acute and long-term care from the perspectives of patient and practitioner.
  9. Assess public and global health issues that transcend national borders, class, race, ethnicity, and culture.

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