A comprehensive study of the process of identifying health problems, establishing health programming, and promoting, implementing, and evaluating the program. Also examines vision and mission statements, along with goals, objectives, timetables, and interpretation of results. This course parallels CHES criteria and utilizes a local community health organization such as the B-TEAM to integrate student involvement. Prerequisites: For health majors/minors: HLTH 2800, HLTH 3150, HLTH 3200, HLTH 3500, HLTH 3700, and HLTH 4220; For non-majors/minors: Consent of instructor.