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PNH 674 - Health Advocacy and Built Environment in Public Administration

This course explores the relationship between advocacy and the built environment and its influence on community health in the fields of public health and urban planning. This course will examine such issues as theories and concepts of behavior and design, health disparities, social capital, physical activity, transportation, and food systems. Offered winter semester. Prerequisite: Admission to the M.P.H. program or PNH 520 or PNH 630.

Credits: 3

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