Student Learning Outcomes


USCB seeks to ensure that all students who complete the Bachelor of Science in Health Promotion are able to…

  • Examine behavioral, environmental, and genetic factors that enhance or compromise health status.
  • Provide health promotion, disease prevention, and advocacy to individuals, groups, and communities.
  • Apply ethical considerations and values to the practice of health promotion.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of health care delivery systems and the means to affect policy change.
  • Recognize and address health disparities within selected high-risk populations.
  • Collect and analyze health promotion research data to provide evidence-based interventions.
  • Plan, implement and evaluate health education programs for specific populations in a variety of settings.  
  • Obtain and manage resources needed to implement programs of health education and promotion.
  • Demonstrate leadership and communication skills in organizing and implementing health promotion programs.  
  • Collaborate with consumers and health care professionals to maximize the well-being of target populations, in a variety of health related venues.