Human Health Sciences (BS)
Explore The Complexities Of Human Health
Human health sciences is the application of scientific principles to fields related to the study of medicine, nutrition and other health-related fields. The Human Health Sciences (HHS) degree is a unique undergraduate degree enabling students to understand human health as a complex biological, cultural, psychological and social dynamic. The flexibility of this degree prepares students for careers and graduate programs in the health and medical fields. Furthermore, the degree prepares and equips students to enter one of the nation’s fastest-growing job sectors with an abundance of opportunities for gainful employment. HHS allows for the student to select from a number of exciting educational pathways with concentrations in the following areas:
- Speech Pathology
- Environmental Health
- Data Science
- Professional Writing
- Social Sciences
Develop a strong foundation in the basic sciences
Develop competencies in healthcare skills and knowledge
Create a foundation in ethical behavior in healthcare and culturally sensitive health services
Enhance understanding of diverse populations in health care
Exposure to interdisciplinary and interprofessional collaboration
Improve leadership skills
Gain effective oral and written communication
Become adept in the use of technology including data informatics
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The recommended courses for this degree blends general education core courses, courses in physical sciences, health sciences, leadership, communication, behavior and allows open electives to include courses in social medicine, nutrition and medical ethics. Below is a sample of the engaging coursework:
- Clinical Epidemiology (BIOL 350)
- Medical Gross Anatomy (BIOL 428)
- Immunology (BIOL 453)
- Global Health (BIOL 461)
- Neurobiology (BIOL 475)
- Nutrition in the Life Cycle (NUTR 370)
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