Health Services

BACHELOR DEGREE-COMPLETION PROGRAM

COURSES

The health services bachelor degree-completion program includes 60 credit hours listed below. To determine availability of a course for a particular semester, refer to the class schedule.

HEALTH SERVICES CORE (39 CREDITS)
AHS 220 Public Health Concepts
AHS 340 Health Biostatistics
AHS 341 Health Sciences Research Methods
AHS 360 Epidemiology
AHS 414 Health Promotion Planning
AHS 416 Individual, Community, and General Safety Education
AHS 418 Health Program Evaluation
AHS 444 Public Health Administration
ACCT 200 Survey of Accounting
FIN 200 Fundamentals of Finance
HRD 420 Career Development and Employee Appraisals
MGT 301 Survey of Management
MKTG 301 Introduction to Marketing

FOUNDATIONAL STUDIES (21 CREDITS)

Courses to satisfy the University's Foundational Studies requirements including:
  • ENG 305 Advanced Expository Writing—3 credits
  • Ethics and Social Responsibilities Category—3 credits
  • Two courses of the Upper Division Integrated Electives Category—6 credits
  • Literary Studies, Fine and Performing Arts, Historical Studies, Global Perspectives and Cultural Diversity Categories—9 credits, depending on what courses have been transferred in on a course-by-course basis
Fulfillment of University graduation requirements, including a minimum of 45 credits of upper division (300-400 level) coursework and a minimum of 30 credits taken at Indiana State University

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Last updated 25 April 2014