HNSC 7950X Master's Paper: Selected Topics in Public Health
30 hours plus conference; 3 credits
Critical analysis of the recent research on a public health topic chosen in consultation with instructor. Examination of theoretical models and empirical research on this topic. Instructor may limit paper topics to general overarching themes pertinent to public health (e.g., health behavior, health care financing, medical ethics, etc). Students will be required to complete a master's paper by the end of this course. Discussions of each student's master's paper in progress. Not open to students who have completed Health and Nutrition Sciences 7935X [791.2X].
Prerequisite: Health and Nutrition Sciences or 7930X [791.1X], and 7940X [791.3X] with a grade of B or higher, and a GPA of 3.00
(B) or better in graduate courses completed to date
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