Minor in Community Health

Discover the Community Health Minor

Many groups of people face significant challenges to living healthy lives. These challenges are influenced not only by individual choices but also by where we live, work and play. Through the Minor in Community Health, students gain knowledge, skills and hands-on experience that prepares them to tackle these real world problems. The coursework for this minor prepares students to take the Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) exam. 

Eligibility and Application Procedure

Students enrolled in baccalaureate programs at Indiana University who are in good academic standing.

Public health students majoring in community health are not eligible for the community health minor.

Students who successfully complete the requirements for the community health minor with a 2.5 GPA or above as well as a grade of “C” or better in all courses credited to the minor will have the minor conferred with their baccalaureate degree.

Ready to Get Started?

Students must declare their intention to receive a minor by completing the application for minor form. This application should be completed at the same time you complete the application for graduation for your baccalaureate degree. Apply for a minor from the Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health by completing the application for a minor form .

Alternative accessible formats of the application can be obtained upon request by contacting fsphinfo@iupui.edu.