The Master of Arts degree in Sociology with an emphasis in Community Health is a unique program that prepares graduates for a career in community health in a number of areas, including community-based organizations that provide healthcare. metro and county health departments, and community benefits initiatives for hospitals. The program emphasizes population-based health in the program curriculum.
The Sociology graduate program will allow students to determine if they want to pursue a concentration in Psychology or Healthcare Management. The Psychology option might be for a student interested in program development and evaluation. The Healthcare Management option might be for the student interested in program management or administration at an organizational level, such as a community-based organization or community benefits initiative at a hospital.
The program consists of online and face-to-face classes. The blended format is perfect for working students since it allows for face-to-face interaction with professors even though not all classes meet in the traditional classroom setting.
For more information, please see the flier below and visit the program website: http://www.ollusa.edu/s/1190/hybrid/default-hybrid-ollu.aspx?pgid=7989&gid=1