Health Care Delivery Requirements
About the Program
The Health Care Delivery concentration is designed to provide multidisciplinary exposure to a variety of perspectives, content, and practices related to the provision of health care services. It is anticipated that upon graduation concentrators will pursue their education in a health professional school (for example, in medicine, pharmacy, nursing, dentistry, veterinary, public health, physical therapy, occupational therapy, counseling, and medical social work) or pursue a career (with the undergraduate degree) in a health-related setting such as a medical clinic, counseling center, voluntary health agency, family planning clinic, nursing home, or health insurance company.
The concentration is obtained by completion of six courses that fulfill the following requirements. No more than three courses may be drawn from any one discipline.
|PSYC 210 or 211 or 212 or 215||Child Development or Adolescent Development or Adult Development and Aging or Child and Adolescent Development|
|SOCI, PHIL 223||Ethics and Medicine|
|SOCI 323||Health, Illness and Healing|
An internship in a health-related setting (typically taken in the student's major field)
Two additional courses from the following list selected in conjunction with the student's major and concentration advisors:
|BIOL230:||Anatomy and Physiology||HHP207:||Health Fitness Concepts/Applications|
|BIOL235:||General Microbiology||HHP301:||Personal and Community Health|
|BIOL315:||Genetics||HHP335:||Coordinated School Health Programs|
|CHEM240:||Pharmaceutical Chemistry||PSYC260:||Human Sexuality|
|CHEM341:||Biochemistry||PSYC270:||Drugs and Behavior|
|CHEM 370:||Environmental Chemistry||SOCI241:||Introduction to Social Welfare|
|ECON227:||Health Economics||SOCI337:||Environmental Sociology|
|ENVI130:||Intro to Environmental Studies OR||ENVI200:||Environmental Science|
A health/medicine-related intensive learning course or special topics course (in any discipline) and/or an independent study or honors project (in the student's major field) may be counted toward completion of the two elective courses with approval of the concentration advisor.
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