B.S. in Interdisciplinary Health Services

The Bachelor of Science in interdisciplinary health services in the College of Health and Human Services has the following requirements.

Courses

Suggested pre-professional sequence

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

Professional core

HSV 3650: Information Literacy in the Health Sciences or Proficiency Exam (this class or exam is required as a prerequisite for HSV 4780)
HSV 3700: Health System and Its Environment (formerly HSV 4810)
HSV 3900: Core Competencies and Contemporary Issues in Health and Healthcare
                   (formerly HSV 4850)
HSV 4100: Legal Issues in Health and Human Services
HSV 4200: Health and Human Services Research and Statistics
HOL 4700: Relationship-Centered Skills
HSV 4780: U.S. Policy in H&HS (Baccalaureate-Level Writing Course)
HSV 4800: Health Services Practice Management
HSV 4860: Health Literacy Practice
HSV 4880: Psychosocial Issues in Health and Human Services

One of the following

PHIL 2010: Introduction to Ethics
PHIL 3340: Biomedical Ethics

Capstone experience

HSV 4900: Internship

Examples of academic minors/concentrations

Minors
Community Health Education (can lead to a certification)
Nonprofit Leadership (can lead to a national certification)
Addiction Studies (can lead to a certification)
Health Informatics and Information Management (HIIM)
Management
Spanish
Integrative Holistic Health and Wellness
Communications
Psychology

Concentrations (combinations of courses for particular purposes)
American Sign Language
Disability Services
HSV Health Administration
Student developed concentration