A minor in community health helps students begin to understand both macro and micro perspectives of health within communities. Students from a variety of academic areas choose this minor.
Why should I study community health?
This minor is especially valuable to students majoring in social work, education, nursing, or biokinetics. You'll gain a deeper understanding of health and how to promote wellness in diverse settings and communities.
What can I do with this degree?
Our graduates have gone on to studies and careers in a variety of areas, including:
- Community health educators or specialists
- Hospital or medical clinic staff
- Occupational therapy
- Physician assistant
- Physical therapy
- Public health (epidemiology, environmental health, etc.)
- Senior healthcare facility staff
- Social Work
What skills will I develop?
- Critical thinking
- Effective collaboration and communication with others
- Understanding personal and public health issues
- Integration of Christian faith with the study of health
- Addressing the whole person of your learners
What unique experiences or opportunities will I have?We encourage you to combine your knowledge and skills in community health with your major of study in your experiences inside and outside the classroom.
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The road to my career in education and coaching was paved at Bethel. Bethel provided me with professional educators and coaches who had a passion for their work and a commitment to modeling their faith.Peter Haugen '91
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Bethel did a great job of preparing me for my future teaching career! The professors truly cared about me and supported and encouraged me through out the whole program. After college they helped me get my first job!Rachel Bekius '13
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