The community and environmental health certificate offers student employable skills in areas such as community health, nutrition, food safety, global health, environmental health, sanitation, and water quality management.
This certificate is offered by BYU-Idaho, with
Essential Knowledge and Skills
- Apply health education/promotion principles
- Identify the components of a basic patient assessment
- Apply principles in food and nutrition to support and promote wellbeing
- Describe evidence-based interventions to address global health issues
- Communicate health information
- Explain environment/health relationships
- Describe environmental health and safety practices
- Apply skills needed to successfully obtain or improve employment
- Community health worker
- Community health advocate
- Community outreach navigator
- Health coach
- Medical registrar
Why choose this certificate?
The community and environmental health certificate provides you with an understanding of public health programs and how to effectively communicate health information. These skills will allow you to improve your employment with the ability to differentiate diseases of the human body, apply public health practice methods and organize data for them.
BYU-Pathway has found that certain combinations of certificates lead to better job opportunities. Most degrees have a