Ph.D. in Health Services - Community Health Education & Advocacy (Self-Directed)Walden University

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Ph.D. in Health Services - Community Health Education & Advocacy (Self-Directed)

In the Community Health Education and Advocacy specialization, you will examine leadership principles, health education policies, and change theories that form the foundation of community health education and advocacy as you learn to plan, organize, and develop communication and marketing strategies for health programs.

Meeting the demand for high-quality, accessible healthcare is one of society's most critical challenges. Walden's Ph.D. in Health Services can help prepare you for decision-making roles at a range of healthcare organizations in the private and public sectors. This degree program offers three ways to learn. Depending on your specialization, you can choose from the course-based, self-directed, or mixed-model format.

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AccreditationNorth Central Association (NCA) 
RequirementsStudents must have a master's degree from an accredited institution.
Delivery FormatSelf-Directed
Education LevelDoctorate