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The Department of Health Studies at Texas Woman's University offers the following undergraduate degrees:

These degrees prepare future health educators to develop health education programs that promote wellness and prevent disease. 

Required courses focus on health issues among diverse groups and the seven areas of responsibilities of a health education specialist. Graduates are eligible to take a national exam to become a Certified Health Education Specialist.  TWU’s Health Studies undergraduate program is SABPAC approved.

All Health Studies core curriculum courses must be taken at TWU to maintain these national program approval standards.

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