MPH 818 - Social and Behavioral Bases of Public Health

Credits: 3

The role of behavioral, social, psychological, economic, environmental, and social structural factors in both the occurrence of health problems in groups and populations, and in the development of the risk factors that contribute to these problems. Principles of health behavior change and the application of these principles to a variety of health issues as well as an emphasis on how social structural factors impact health are examined to better understand health behavior and health inequities in contemporary society.

Requisites:
Prerequisite: Graduate status in public health or kinesiology program.

Typically Offered
Fall

Crosslisted:
KIN 818


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