Oct 01, 2022  
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Health Sciences, B.S., Concentration in Holistic Health


Students completing the Bachelor of Science in health sciences with an academic concentration in holistic health must complete a minimum of 120 credits and satisfy all University degree requirements, including the following courses:

1. Required courses

HS 2250 - Research Methods in Health Science (3) or PSY 2500 Research Design in Psychology (4) 

HS 3400 - Contemporary Topics in Health (2)

HS 3500 - Health Behavior Theories (3)

HS 4410 - Integrative Holistic Health (4)

HS 4430 - Modalities for Healing (4)

HS 4440 - Healing Traditions (4)

HS 4450 - Laughter as Therapeutic Modality (4)

PSY 3180 - Biological Psychology (4)

WHP 3500 - Health Program Implementation (4)

WHP 3700 - Culture, Ethnicity and Well-being (3)

2. Number of required elective credits varies

Number of required elective credits varies based on core courses completed and are selected with assistance from your academic adviser, based on your career goals, from an approved list of courses.  Students must achieve a minimum of 120 total course credits with a minimum of 32 upper level (3000-4000) course credits and satisfy all University degree requirements to graduate.

Minimum of 34 credits from these Holistic Health concentration elective courses.

Note: Courses required for the major and the concentration cannot be counted as an elective.

AHS 3310 - Health Care Safety (4)

AHS 3320 - Delivering Safe Patient Care (4)

AHS 3340 - Hospital Safety and Health (4)

AHS 4310 - Ergonomics in the Health Care Industry (3)

AHS 4320 - Risk Reduction Safety Culture Improvement in Healthcare (2)

AN 3220 - Medical Anthropology (4)

BIO 1201 - Biology Laboratory (1)

BIO 1300 - Biology II (4)

BIO 3130 - Developmental Biology (4)

BIO 3230 - Fundamentals of Biochemistry (4)

BIO 3232 - Biochemistry I (4)

BIO 3233 - Biochemistry I Laboratory (1)

BIO 3330 - Ecology (5)

BIO 3332 - Field Biology (4)

BIO 3400 - Genetics (4)

BIO 3401 - Genetics Laboratory (1)

BIO 3500 - General Microbiology (4)

BIO 3501 - General Microbiology Laboratory (1)

BIO 4120 - Neuroanatomy (4)

CDS 2100 - Medical Terminology (1)

CDS 4010 - Human Pathology (4)

CDS 4250 - Medical Biochemistry (4)

CDS 4300 - Clinical Microbiology (4)

CDS 4320 - Medical Microbiology Laboratory (1)

CDS 4050 - Pharmacology (3)

CHM 1040 - Introduction to Chemical Principles (4)

CHM 1440 - General Chemistry I (4)  and CHM 1470 - General Chemistry Laboratory I (1)

CHM 1450 - General Chemistry II (4)  and CHM 1480 - General Chemistry Laboratory II (1)

CHM 2010 - Introduction to Organic and Biological Chemistry (4)

CHM 2340 - Organic Chemistry I (4)

CHM 2350 - Organic Chemistry II (4)

CHM 2370 - Organic Chemistry Laboratory (2)

CHM 4254 - Biochemistry I (3)

CHM 4257 - Biochemistry Laboratory (3)

COM 2000 - Public Speaking (4)

COM 1500 - Introduction to American Sign Language (4)

EXS 2200 - Introduction to Exercise Science (2)

EXS 2700 - Safety and First Aid in Exercise Settings (2)

EXS 3010 - Exercise Physiology (3)

EXS 3015 - Exercise Physiology Laboratory (1)

EXS 3020 - Biomechanics (3)

EXS 4100 - Introduction to Personal Training (2)

EXS 4300 - Human Performance Enhancement (2)

EXS 4400 - Obesity and Physical Activity (2)

EXS 4500 - Healthy Lifestyle Choices (2)

EXS 4600 - Health and Disease (2)

EXS 4620 - Clinical Biomechanics (2)

EXS 4630 - Basic Athletic Training (2)

EXS 4650 - Yoga Therapy (3)

EXS 4810 - Physical Activity Epidemiology (2)

HS 1000 - Careers in Health (1)

HS 2150 - Stress Management (3)

HS 3430 - Sociology of Health and Medicine (4)

HS 3440 - Introduction to Community Engagement (4)

HS 3450 - Leadership and Healthcare (4)

HS 3460 - Community Engaged Research Experience (4)

HS 4420 - Mind-Body Medicine (2)

HS 4460 - Mindfulness (3)

HS 4550 - Qualitative Research Methods (4)

HS 4900 - Special Topics (2 TO 4)

MTH 1441 - Precalculus (4)

MTH 1554 - Calculus I (4)

NTR 2500 - Human Nutrition and Health (3)

NTR 2700 - Introduction to Food Science (3)

NTR 3120 - Community Nutrition (4)

NTR 3140 - Food, Nutrition, and Culture (3)

NTR 3200 - Nutrition and Physical Activity (2)

NTR 3210 - Herbs Supplements Nutrition (2)

NTR 3220 - Eating Disorders (2)

NTR 3230 - Foodborne Illnesses (2)

NTR 3260 - Food Politics (2)

NTR 4100 - Nutrition and Lifecycles (4)

NTR 4350 - Nutrient Metabolism (4)

PH 3350 - Principles of Environmental Health Sciences (4)

PH 4650 - Social Determinants of Health (4)

PH 4750 - Global Health and Social Issues (4)

PHY 1010 - General Physics I (4)

PHY 1020 - General Physics II (4)

PHY 1080 - Principles of Physics I (4)

PHY 1090 - Principles of Physics II (4)

PHY 1100 - General Physics Lab I (1)

PHY 1110 - General Physics Lab II (1)

PHY 1510 - Introductory Physics I (4)

PHY 1520 - Introductory Physics II (4)

PHY 3260 - Medical Physics (4)

PSY 2250 - Introduction to Life-Span Developmental Psychology (4)

PSY 3210 - Child Development (4)

PSY 3220 - Adolescence and Youth (4)

PSY 3230 - Adulthood and Aging (4)

PSY 3330 - Motivation (4)

PSY 3450 - Health Psychology (4)

SOC 1000 - Introduction to Sociology (4)

STA 2220 - Introduction to Statistical Concepts and Reasoning (4)

WHP 3250 - Issues in Women’s Health (4)

WHP 3600 - Wellness Facilitation (4)

WHP 3800 - Persuasion and Marketing in Health Promotion (4)

WHP 4000 - Assessment and Interventions in Wellness (4)

WHP 4030 - Laboratory in Assessment and Interventions (4)

WHP 4310 - Crisis Intervention and Prevention of Self Harm (4)

WHP 4350 - Environmental Justice (4)

WHP 4850 - Population Health, Health Policy, and Healthcare Delivery (4)

WHP 4900 - Special Topics (1 TO 4)

WRT 1050 - Composition I (4)

or any other course approved by the program director in writing through approved petition of exception form.