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.

Suggested pre-professional sequence

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

Professional core

HOL 4700: Relationship-Centered Skills
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
HSV 4400: Diversity and Inclusion in Health and Human Services
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

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)
Integrative Holistic Health and Wellness

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