Health Sciences, BS Concentration in Community Health
The concentration in Community Health will prepare Health Sciences students for community-based work in public health. Students will acquire skills and knowledge related to planning, implementing, and evaluating community health improvement projects and interventions.
Students intending to obtain this concentration, must meet the following requirements:
- Meet all University admission and academic requirements.
- Students must be enrolled in the Health Sciences program.
- Complete all requirements for Health Sciences, BS.
- Complete the following six required three-hour courses:
|HCMG 3211||Intro to Community Health||3|
|HLTH 3420||Health Education||3|
|HSCI 3520||Legal Issues in Health Care||3|
|HSCI 3550||Ethical Issues in Health Care||3|
|HCMG 3701||Intro to Epidemiology||3|
|HSCI 4101||Consumer Health||3|
Other Concentration Specific Requirements
- Grades of a D will not count toward graduation for Area F or for any upper-level concentration requirements.
- In order to receive the concentration in Community Health, a student must complete the 18-hour course requirements.
- The HSCI 4970 Internship/Practicum: Students with a concentration in community health are encouraged to seek out an internship/field experience in this area.