UToledo's Ph.D. program in health education has been ranked one of the best doctoral programs in the country by the American Journal of Health Education.
There are good reasons The University of Toledo's Ph.D. program in health education has twice been named one of the best health-education graduate programs in the country by the American Journal of Health Education.
Our doctoral program is comprehensive and versatile. Our Ph.D. students get experience in:
Each health-education doctoral degree student is assigned a program committee with a program advisor and two faculty members. The program committee helps you stay on track and select electives and a cognate that fit your interests.
Comprehensive curriculum. We offer electives to suit your interests — from social marketing to community mental health. Graduate students also choose one of nine minors, or cognates. Popular options include:
Award-winning faculty. UToledo health-education faculty members have earned multiple awards and recognition from national and state professional organizations.
Service. Our doctoral program is committed to giving back to the community. Every semester, students work with various local agencies and apply what they learn in the classroom.
Generous financial help.
Flexibility. The University of Toledo accepts applications for the doctoral degree program in health education on a rolling basis. All admits start in the fall semester.
Strong alumni network. Health education has a long history at UToledo. Our active alumni are eager to help recent graduates.
UToledo health education Ph.D. graduates are well prepared for successful careers:
Graduates of UToledo’s health education Ph.D. program have taken faculty positions at:
Outside of academia, recent graduates have accepted positions as:
UToledo's health education doctoral program is in the School of Population Health in the College of Health and Human Services. Health education graduate students receive extensive training in:
Download the program handbook for more information about our health education graduate program curriculum, including the doctoral portfolio, doctoral exams and doctoral dissertation.
Our doctoral students and award-winning faculty are highly productive researchers. They frequently publish and present at conferences.
Faculty members have diverse research interests, including: