Options in Public Health or School Health
The Department of Health Sciences at Western Illinois University offers a specialized program of study leading to the Master of Science degree in Health Sciences on both the Macomb and Quad Cities campuses. Candidates may choose an option in Public Health or School Health . Graduates of the program typically are hired as practitioners in and directors of health education and health promotion programs in community or public health agencies, hospitals, business and industry, health related governmental departments, and private organizations; as health education teachers in local school districts; as supervisors of health education at the local and state levels; and as college and university health educators.
Please review the Graduate Catalog for our program requirements.
Find out more about the WIU Peace Corps Fellows program at http://www.peacecorpsfellows-wiu.org/, and the Edmund S. Muskie Graduate Fellowship Program at http://exchanges.state.gov/academicexchanges/muskie.html.
Forms and Guidelines
The following forms require Microsoft Word or Adobe Acrobat Reader. Download Adobe Acrobat Reader by clicking on the following link,http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html?promoid=BONRM
- M.S. Degree Guidelines and Procedures (.pdf)
- Health Sciences Portfolio and Thesis Committee Form (.pdf)
- Health Sciences Portfolio Guidelines (.pdf)
- WIU Graduate Studies Forms and Guidelines
For more information about the graduate program in health sciences, email the Graduate Coordinator, Dr. Susan Moore at SM-Moore@wiu.edu.
Graduate Internships - Graduate students who are required to complete an internship should click here and/or contact Dr. Jeanne Clerc, Internship Coordinator, at JM-Clerc@wiu.edu