Wisconsin's Public Liberal Arts College

Community Health Promotion


Health and Human Performance Department

University of Wisconsin-Superior

Marcovich Wellness Center 1402
Belknap and Catlin
P.O. Box 2000
Superior, WI 54880

ph. 715-395-4673

fax. 715-395-4636

Health and Human Performance Department

Community Health Promotion

What Can I Do With a Major in Community Health Promotion?

The HHP major in Community Health Promotion prepares the student to work with individuals, groups, and families in the worksite, university, nonprofit or governmental setting, providing a solid foundational program combined with certifications, and offering practical experience through internship.  Community Health Promotion majors can minor in Sports Management, Human Performance & Health Promotion or Coaching to enhance career opportunities. 

Employment Settings

Nonprofit Organization
Assisted Living Facility
Chiropractic Office
Community Center
Dance Studio
Hospital
Health Club
Health Insurance Company
International Health Organization
Mental Health Facility
Nursing Care Facility
Pharmaceutical Sales Industry
Private Health Clinic
Public Health Agency
Rehabilitation Center
Substance Abuse Clinic
University Health Center
Youth Center

The Community Health Promotion major leads to many community health fields such as:

  • Nursing
  • Corporate Trainer
  • Drug and Alcohol Counselor
  • Health Information Administrator/Technician
  • Wellness Coordinator
  • AIDS Educator
  • Weight Management Specialist
  • Personal Stress Manager
  • Industrial Hygienist
  • Hospital/Managed Care Administrator
  • Community Health Educator
  • Fitness Instructor
  • Data Specialist
  • Dietician
  • Occupational Therapist
  • Chiropractic
  • Physician Assistant
  • Mental Health Program Manager

Work Activities in Community Health Promotion might be to:

  • Monitor health status to identify community health problems
  • Observe and investigate health problems and hazards in the community
  • Inform, educate and empower people about health issues
  • Build community partnerships and coalitions to identify and solve health problems
  • Develop policies which support individual and community health promotion
  • Enforce laws and regulations which protect health and safety
  • Research new solutions to identified health problems
  • Provide screening services for individuals
  • Develop public media campaigns
  • Act to change government policy

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