Bachelor of Health Sciences
|Common Core: See common core courses|
|Required courses from General Education||32 hours|
|Tier Two: Additional General Education Requirements (17-23 Hours)|
|Humanities or Fine Arts, see guidelines||3 hours|
|Social Sciences (CJ, CT, EC, HI, PY, PS, or SO): See guidelines
Must include PY101 General Psychology
Must include a course in Psychology or Sociology
|Allied Health Concentration Coursework: Hours taken from an associate level program in Allied Health are counted here.||Up to 54 hours|
|CMU190 Orientation to Online Learning||1 hour|
|AH390 Orientation to APA Format||1 hour|
|AH212 Medical Terminology||3 hours|
|AH316 Data Analysis for Allied Health||3 hours|
|AH317 Health Professions Research||3 hours|
|HS300 Professional Practice in Healthcare||3 hours|
|HS304 Health Care Law||3 hours|
|AH/HS400 Health Care Informatics||3 hours|
|HS410 Client Education and Health Care||3 hours|
|HS314 Insurance, Coding and Billing in Health Care||3 hours|
|HS420 Case Studies in Managerial Integrity||3 hours|
|HS430 Issues in Current Professional Practice||3 hours|
|HS440 Capstone: Business Management Practicum||6 hours|
|Electives To Complete Min. 120 Hours|
Competencies, Tier II
- Broaden students understanding of human nature for the purpose of developing therapeutic relationships and communication skills necessary in the healthcare environment.
- Understand the basic structure and function of the human body.
- Improve critical thinking skills.
- Develop ethical leadership and decision making skills.
- Evaluate career choices within healthcare services based on emerging skills and personal strengths and abilities.
Health Science Competencies
- Demonstrate leadership with technical proficiency and graduates demonstrate use of principles of management and leadership evidence in: management of fiscal, physical and human resources.
- Apply critical thinking and problem solving to the provision of health care services evidenced by successful completion of internships or clinical practicums.
- Incorporate the principles of communication, advocacy, and health care education into practice.
- Exhibit commitment to individual growth as a lifelong learner evidenced by: continuing
formal education, informal education: reading professional refereed journals, participating
in shaping the healthcare delivery system.
Demonstrate collaboration with other healthcare providers to promote the full human potential.
- Exhibit commitment to individual growth as a lifelong learner evidenced by:
- continuing formal education, informal education:
- reading professional refereed journals,
- participating in shaping the healthcare delivery system.
- Demonstrate collaboration with other healthcare providers to promote the full human potential.