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Launch a Career in Health and Wellness With iHealth@NECC


If you want to pursue a career promoting the health and wellness of individuals, families, and communities, a rewarding career in public health is for you. You can fill many important roles including health educator, patient advocate, community liaison, or focus on keeping workers and the environment safe.

Why Choose iHealth@NECC?

The iHealth@NECC Associate Degree in Public Health will prepare you for a variety of entry-level public health positions in the community. You will also be able to transfer credits toward a bachelor’s degree in health education, health administration, environmental health, or a related field. With this program you will:

  • Complete most of your coursework online, and only come to the Lawrence Campus once or twice a week – making it easier to fit college into your busy life
  • Receive personalized attention from a career coach/mentor who will help you with the rigors of online learning and facilitate access to student support services including financial aid, tutoring, and technical support
  • Learn about healthy lifestyles, population perspectives, public health issues, systems, programs, outreach, and education
  • Benefit from real-world experience by participating in a practicum (internship)

Because of iHealth@NECC

You can pursue entry-level positions in private, public, and federal health care agencies, or choose to continue your education. Upon program completion you’ll be able to:

  • Serve in roles critical to wellness such as patient navigator, family advocate, community support specialist, environmental protection, or worker safety advocate
  • Transfer credits toward a bachelor’s degree in a related health care field and save thousands of dollars on your education

 

Courses, Requirements, and Program Notes

 

Contact

By Phone

By Phone

Jacqueline Dick, Program Coordinator

978-655-5875

By Email

By Email

Jacqueline Dick, Program Coordinator

jdick@necc.mass.edu

In Person

In Person

Come to an upcoming information session on either the Lawrence or the Haverhill campus and get all of your questions answered.

Stop by one of our Lawrence or Haverhill campus Career Planning and Advising Centers and meet with an enrollment counselor.

Additional Program Costs

View the Additional Program Costs for the Public Health Associate Degree Program.

Required Documents

Criteria Packets
CORI/CHRI/SORI

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