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The master's and doctoral degree programs in the Department of Health Studies at Texas Woman's University prepare graduates for leadership positions in the disciplines of health education and health promotion.

Contact:

Hobert Kilgore III, Graduate Academic Advisor
940-898-2864

or

Dr. Kimberly Parker, Graduate Program Coordinator
940-898-2899

Non-Degree Seeking (NDS)

Want to try out a class while you apply?  Try enrolling as Non-Degree Seeking (NDS), which allows you to:

  • Apply to the university. There is no guarantee of admission to the Health Studies program
  • Take up to twelve (12) hours of Health Studies courses to determine if it's the right program for you
  • Select "NDS "taking courses in Health Studies" on the applicaton form
  • This form of admission to the university is ineligible for financial aid.

Consult with:

Hobert Kilgore IIIGraduate Academic Advisor
940-898-2864

or

Dr. Kimberly Parker, Graduate Program Coordinator
940-898-2899

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Prospective and current graduate students, please contact Mr. Hobert Kilgore III, Graduate Academic Advisor.

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All ONLINE undergraduates scheduled to graduate within the year must be advised immediately. Contact C. David Infante, Undergraduate Online Academic Advisor, 940-898-2834.

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