The Bachelor of Science in Health Science requires 73 credits of core classes in addition to general education, elective, and choice coursework totaling 121 credits.
Students must take IDS400 Topics in Multiculturalism, and as part of the general education requirements, SOC100 Sociology to fulfill the Scientific Reasoning requirement, MTH105 College Algebra to fulfill the Quantitative fluency requirement, ALH255 Medical Law & Ethics to fulfill the Global Citizenship requirement, and IDS403 Independent Study in Special Topics to fulfill the Experiential Learning requirement.
Health Science students are also required to take the following 4 courses under the Health & Wellness Intersection: BIO105Human Development, SCI220 Holistic Health, PSY220 Abnormal Psychology, & PHI210 Death & Dying.
Below are the required courses for the program.
See also titles listed under ALH120 & 155