B.S. in Interdisciplinary Health Services

Course listing

Suggested pre-professional sequence: 12 credits

BIOS 2110: Human Anatomy
BIOS 2400: Human Physiology
HSV  2250: Growth, Development and Aging
MDSC 2010: Medical Terminology

Professional core:  24 credits

HSV 4810: The Health System and Its Environment
HOL 5360: Counseling Skills for Health Professionals or HOL 4700: Relationship-Centered Skills
HSV 4100: Legal Issues in Health and Human Services
HSV 4850: Major Issues in Health and Human Services
HSV 4350: Information Literacy in Health Sciences or proficiency exam (class or exam is prerequisite to HSV 4780)
HSV 4780: U.S. Policy in H&HS (Baccalaureate-Level Writing Course)
HSV 4800: Health Services Practice Management
PHIL 2010: Introduction to Ethics or PHIL 3340: Biomedical Ethics
HSV 4200: Research or SWRK 3650: Social Work Research Methods or SOC 2820: Methods of Data Collection

Any one of the following: three credits

COM 3320: Group Problem Solving or PSY 3440: Organizational Behavior or
SOC 2100: Modern Social Problems

Any one of the following: three credits

COM 1700: Interpersonal Communication or COM 4740: Intercultural Communication  or
COM 4840: Health Communication or SOC 3140: Ethnic Relations

Concentration/minors: 15 to 24 hours

* Minors—lead to certifications

*Community Health Education
Disability Services
Holistic Health Care
*Non Profit Leadership
Pre-Physician Assistant Preparation
*Substance Abuse Services

Capstone experience: one to six credits

HSV 4890: Independent Research or HSV 4900: Internship