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Health studies is designed for students pursuing admission to a professional school or graduate program. This specialization allows significant flexibility in completing necessary required course work for the health science education degree program as well as prerequisite course work for professional programs such as chiropractic, dentistry, medicine, nursing, optometry, osteopathy or physical therapy. Students are also prepared to enter graduate programs in public health, health administration, epidemiology and disease prevention.
More information related to preprofessional requirements in the professional school may be obtained from the Office of Health and Legal Professions Advising in the Academic Advising Center as well as the Career Resource Center. Students should also contact a representative from the specific program for more information.
HSC Prefix Courses counting toward the Health Studies specialization may be chosen from the following list:
HSC 3133 Human Sexuality Education
HSC 3134 Emotional Health & Counseling
HSC 3143 Drug Education
HSC 3201 Community and Environmental Health
HSC 3301 Elementary & School Health
HSC 3574 Nutrition Education for Special
HSC 4624 Trends in International Health
HSC 4664 Health Communication for Consumers
HSC 4694 Worksite Health Promotion
HSC 4813 Practicum in Health Science Education*
HSC 4905 Individual Study*
HSC 4950 HIV/AIDS Education*
HSC 5XXX Any non-combined 5000-level course offered within the department
*Must see departmental adviser before registering for this course
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