The Bachelor of Science in health education and promotion is designed to prepare students as health professionals in community health agencies, health maintenance organizations, as well as business and industry wellness programs. The 120-hour online degree program is also designed to assist the entry-level health educator in taking the National Health Education Credentialing examination. An 18-hour minor program of study is required with this degree.
University Standard Core Courses (18-21 hours)
Please note: Developmental courses are only available through the main campus and must be completed prior to declaring an online program.
First Year Experience (Choose 3 hours)
College of Business students may take BSAD 1100 for equivalent.
Communication – Written (Choose 3 - 6 hours)
(Select 1 set)
RHET 1311 AND RHET 1312
RHET 1320 Honors Composition
Fine Arts (Choose 3 hours)
Humanities (Choose 3 hours)
Social Sciences (Choose 3 hours)
PSYC 2300 is recommended for College of Business students.
History of Civilization (Choose 3 hours)
College Core Courses (14 hours)
Science (Choose 8 hours)
Mathematics (Choose 3 hours)
Flex (Choose 3 hours)
Any additional Humanities from the Standard Core Humanities list
Any additional Social Sciences from the Standard Core Humanities list
Required Courses (67 hours)
Health Education and Promotion Program Requirements (Choose 50 hours)
Related Area Requirements (Choose 8 hours)
Listed courses + 1-hour HHPS "short course"
HHPS Short Course Requirement (Choose 1 hour)
Professional Area Requirements (Choose 9 hours)
Requires instructor approval
Students may be admitted to the program with a 2.00 GPA and a minimum of 12 credit hours.
This degree program requires a minimum of 120 credit hours, including an 18-hour minor course of study. All required courses for the health education and promotion major are available online in traditional semester-length format. See the Undergraduate Catalog for more details about this program.
Dr. Bennie Prince | Coordinator, Assistant Professor
School of Counseling, Human Performance and Rehabilitation | Department of Health, Human Performance, and Sport Management
501.683.7201 | email@example.com | HHPS website
UALR is fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, affiliated with the Electronic Campus of the Southern Regional Education Board, and designated as “doctoral/research intensive” by the Carnegie Foundation.
UALR makes every effort to meet special accommodation and access needs. For information on specific accommodations for individuals with disabilities, you may contact the department sponsoring the class you wish to attend, call eLearning at 501.569.3003, or the Office of Disability Support Services at 501.569.3143. The Disability Support Services website,ualr.edu/disability/, provides information about the accommodation process and online forms to apply for services.
- Cost per credit hour: $280