The general examination contains a written component and oral examination of the written component as well as the dissertation proposal and oral defense of the dissertation proposal.
The dissertation proposal is reviewed by an expert in the field external to the University.
Health Promotion Core: AH 5700, 6181, 6305, 6324, and 6421, totaling 15 credits.
Methodology and Statistics: AH 5005, 6005, and 6306, totaling nine credits.
It gives you inspiration and variety of ideas but it also tells you which wheel has already been invented and what is left for you work on. The stress and confusion on that student’s face made me visit some important peer-reviewed academic journal to compile this list of research topics in public health and nutrition. Though it took me some time to find some good examples of research topics in Public health, but finally it's available for students who either pursuing an undergraduate degree or looking for research topics in public health for masters.
In my opinion, this post can help you to come up with a topic of your interest or give you some random suggestions to follow and create the title from scratch for your dissertation on your own.
Plan B (Project and Practicum Track) requires a comprehensive understanding of the subject matter, at least 26 credits of advanced course work, and completion of a project and a practicum.
Students in both plans work with their major advisor to assemble a graduate advisory committee and develop the plan of study and research agenda culminating in the writing and oral defense of a thesis (Plan A) or in the project/practicum (Plan B).
Health Promotion: AH 5319, 6305, and 6324, totaling nine credits.
Research: AH 5005, 6005, and 6306, totaling nine credits.