Allied Health Degree

Associate of Science in Allied Health - Min. 62 Hours

The elective courses listed in the AS in Allied Health Sciences for the concentration areas of Allied Health, Athletic Training, or Nursing can be used to populate an Allied Health concentration for the Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies (IDS) degrees with permission of the appropriate Program Director.  IDS degrees must constitute at least 124 total hours and follow the competencies and requirements stated elsewhere in this catalog.

Courses marked with an asterisk can be taken only when the student is actively enrolled in the particular degree program. While these courses may count toward the elective credit hour total for the IDS, the student may not enroll in these courses if s/he has not been accepted into or has been dismissed from the specific degree program. Additional courses from the Athletic Training and Nursing educational programs may be applied toward the Allied Health concentration for the IDS with permission of the appropriate Program Director.

Common Core (28.5-29 Hours): See common core requirements
Foundations 11.5-12 hours
CMU101/102/201 2.5-3 hours
Wellness 1 hour
Freshman Writing 3 hours (6 hours if taking EN110 & EN111)
Oral Communications 3 hours
Math/Algebra/Statistics: 3 hours (up to 8 hours if taking MA09 and MA103I)
Understanding Human Nature 13 hours
Religion 3 hours
Social Science with Constitution 3 hours
Leadership 1 hour
Literature 3 hours
Valuing or Social Science (CJ, CT, EC, Ethics, HI, PY, PS, Philosophy,   or SO) 3 hours
Exploring the Nature of the Universe 4 hours
Science with Lab: BI101 General Biology 3 hours
 BI101L General Biology Lab 1 hour
Tier Two: Additional General Education Requirements (6 Hours)
Humanities or Fine Arts: When choosing a Humanities course, see guidelines.
When choosing a Fine Arts course, see guidelines.
3 hours
Psychology or Sociology: Must be 200-level or higher. 3 hours
Concentration in Allied Health (18 Hours): Electives selected from the following areas. Courses marked with an asterisk can be taken only when the student is actively enrolled in the particular degree program. While these courses may count toward the elective credit hour total for the IDS, the student may not enroll in these courses if s/he has not been accepted into or has been dismissed from the degree program. Additional courses from the Athletic Training and Nursing educational programs may be applied toward the Allied Health concentration for the IDS with permission of the appropriate Program Director.

Allied Health
AH200  Intro to Adaptation Nursing (3)

AH212  Medical Terminology (3)

AH314  Pathophysiology (3)

AH316  Data Analysis for Nursing Practice (3)

AH324 Anatomy and Kinesology for Health Professions (4)

Athletic Training
AT101  Clinical Exp. In AT I (2)

AT102  Clinical Exp. In AT II  (2)

AT103  Intro to AT  (3)

AT123  Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries  (3)

AT201  Clinical Exp. In AT III (3)*

*AT202  Clinical Exp. In AT IV (3)*

*AT212  First Aid/Community CPR (2)

Cross-listed with PE212. Do not double count.

AT213  First Aid and CPR Lab  (1)

AT306  Therapeutic Modalities (3)*

AT307  Therapeutic Modalities Lab  (3)*

AT308  Rehabilitation Techniques I  (2)*

AT309  Rehabilitation Techniques I Lab  (1)*

AT310  Rehabilitation Techniques II (2)*

AT311  Rehabilitation Techniques Lab II (1)*

AT326  Advanced Athletic Training – Lower Extremity Assessment (3)*

AT327  Advanced Athletic Training LE Lab (1)*

AT328  Advanced Athletic Training – Upper Extremity Assessment (3)*

AT329  Advanced Athletic Training UE Lab (1) *

Biology
BI102  General Biology (3) and BI102L (1)

BI106  Human Biology (3) and BI106L (1)

BI107  Human Anatomy (4) and BI07L (1)

BI109 Anatomy and Physiology (3) and BI109L (1)

BI205  Physiology (4) and BI205L (1)

BI305   Microbiology (3) and BI305L (1)

Chemistry
CH107  Chemistry for Allied Health (3)

CH111   General Chemistry (3) and CH111L (1)

Education
ED264  Child Health (2)

ED304 Nursing Research (2)

Nursing
NU307  Adaptation Nursing Applications (5)

NU308  Health Assessment (4)*

NU309  Psychosocial Integrity (3)*

NU312  Pharmacology I (2)*

NU313  Pharmacology II (3)*

NU321  Public Health & Community Nursing Concepts (3)*

NU334  Evidence-Based Adaptation Nursing I (8)

NU336 Evidence-Based Adaptation Nursing II (8)

*Physical Education
PE212  First Aid and Community CPR (2)

PE324  Anatomy and Kinesiology (4)

Electives (To Complete Min. 62 Hours)