Master Degree Program of HPHE

Our Master degree program aims to cultivate advanced-level health promotion specialists, and train health education teachers in both elementary and middle schools.

Master students in our department are limited to 18 credits per semester.

Beside thesis, Master degree program requires 32 units to be completed, which including 8 required credits in methodology, 6 required credits in core courses of hphe, and at least 10 credits in our concentrate- specific program. (Students need to choose from school health group and health promotion group and earn 10 credits from which they chose)

Please note that a proposal can only be done when a master student has completed 20 credits.


If you have any questions about our courses, please visit the Office of Academic Affairs’ website (Click).