Degree Programs Related To Sexual Health
Indiana University offers a range of graduate and undergraduate degrees for individuals pursuing a career in sexual health. Below is a description of the degrees offered by the Department of Applied Health Science.
Ph.D. in Health Behavior
The Ph.D. in Health Behavior offers scholars an opportunity to pursue advanced training in research. The vast sexuality-related resources at Indiana University make it offer an unmatched opportunity to connect with hundreds of other scholars and students pursuing work in the area of sexual health. The degree is highly individualized and students benefit from the opportunity to engage with some of the nation's leading sexuality-focused scholars to design a doctoral degree program that is consistent with a student's career goals.
Individualized Ph.D. Minors. Students who are already enrolled in a doctoral program at Indiana University routinely work with faculty in the Center for Sexual Health Promotion to design doctoral minors that help students gain skills and knowledge in research related to sexual health.
Ph.D. Minor in Human Sexuality Education. The Department of Applied Health Science offers a doctoral minor in human sexuality education for students currently enrolled in Ph.D. programs at Indiana University.
Master of Public Health (MPH)
The MPH program at IUB is focused on the social and behavioral sciences that are essential for understanding health behaviors and developing health promotion interventions designed to successful career in public health. Substantial numbers of MPH students are engaged in the work of the Center and are actively pursuing sexual health as their primary area of focus. Students complete core public health coursework in epidemiology, biostatistics, environmental health, health behavior theory and health administration and further specialize their training by selecting one of two available concentrations: practice and leadership or public health research.
Master of Science (M.S) in Health Promotion
The Master of Science (MS) degree programs in the Department of Applied Health Science enable students to design a masterís degree in a range of disciplinary areas ranging from school and community health promotion to human development and family studies, each of which have a critical role to play in responding to the sexual health needs of individuals, families, and communities.
Bachelor of Science (B.S) Degrees
The Department of Applied Health Science offers a range of undergraduate degrees for students wishing to pursue sexual health issues. Our degree programs in public health, school health education, and human development & family studies offer solid preparation in the conceptual and practical foundations of the health sciences that will prepare individuals for a career or for more advanced graduate study in sexual health.
Undergraduate Minor in Human Sexuality
This minor program prepares students to address human sexuality issues and is highly complementary to the vast range of degrees offered across the campus of Indiana University.