Program Details


DEGREE IN THREE B.S. IN HEALTH SCIENCES-CLINICAL AND APPLIED TRACK

With the use of the summer school and Jterm, Health Sciences degree students are able to complete the four year degree program in three years. While rigorous, it provides an opportunity to enter medical school, or other allied health programs like PA, PT, etc.

Curriculum

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First Year
FALL
FYS First Year Seminar3 CR
BIO 012/LPre-professional Biology I & Lab (LIFE AOI)4 CR
CHEM 001/3General Chemistry I & Lab (PHSC AOI)4 CR
INTD 025Bulldog Foundations1 CR
MATH 050Calculus (Quant AOI)3 CR
HSCI 020INTRODUCTION TO HEALTH SCIENCES2 CR

Semester Total Credit Hours

17
SPRING
HSCI 021PROFESSIONALISM IN HEALTH CARE2 CR
HSCI 060Stats in Health Sciences1 (CRIT AOI)3 CR
BIO 013/LPre-Professional Biology II & Lab4 CR
ELEC ---Drake Curriculum/General Electives3 CR
CHEM 002/4General Chemistry II & Lab4 CR

Semester Total Credit Hours

16
SUMMER
P-ELEC ---Professional Electives4 CR
CHEM 97/98Org Chem/Lab I OR PHY 011 OR BIO 103/L54 CR

Semester Total Credit Hours

8
Second Year
FALL
HSCI 025*Introduction to the US Health Care System3 CR
PSY 001Intro Psychology4 CR
HSCI 055*Innovation & Leadership in Health Sciences3 CR
P-ELEC ---Professional Electives3 CR
HSCI  141/LHuman Anatomy/Lab4 CR

Semester Total Credit Hours

17
SPRING
ELEC ---Drake Curriculum/General Electives3 CR
ECON 002Microeconomics43 CR
HSCI 106*Culture Care & Hlth Lit3(GLOB/CITZ AOI)3 CR
P-ELEC ---Professional Elective2 CR
HSCI 105*Values & Ethics in Health Sciences (VE AOI)3 CR
HSCI 125/LPhysiology/Lab24 CR

Semester Total Credit Hours

18
SUMMER
ELEC ---Drake Curriculum/General Electives9 CR

Semester Total Credit Hours

9
Third Year
FALL
HSCI 196HEALTH SCIENCES INTERNSHIP I3 CR
HSCI 172EVALUATING RESEARCH LIT (INFO AOI)3 CR
HSCI 155GUIDED RESEARCH IN HEALTH SCIENCES I2 CR
HSCI 095Medical Terminology1 CR
ELEC ---Drake Curriculum/General Electives6 CR
P-ELEC ---Professional Elective3 CR

Semester Total Credit Hours

18
JTERM/SUMMER
ELEC ---Drake Curriculum/General Elective3 CR

Semester Total Credit Hours

3
SPRING
HSCI 156GUIDED RESEARCH IN HEALTH SCIENCES II2 CR
HSCI 197HEALTH SCIENCES INTERNSHIP II3 CR
ELEC ---Drake Curriculum/General Electives6 CR
P-ELEC ---Professional Electives7 CR

Semester Total Credit Hours

18
Total Program Hours: 124


Program Notes:

Bolded courses must be taken in the designated semester, unless prior approval by the College is provided.

*Asterisked courses are recommended to be taken in the designated semester, but may be offered in alternative semesters.

1 = STAT 060 – Statistics for the Life Sciences can be substituted for requirement
2 = BIO 129/L – Mammalian Physiology or PHAR 125 can be substituted for requirement (courses offered only in fall semester)
3 = HSCI 106 – Culture Care is requirement for HSCI degree, and may be completed in J- term or Spring, based on availability
4 = HSCI 102 – Health Economics can be substituted for requirement (course offered only in fall semester)
5 = BIO 103/103L - Microbiology is offered only in spring semester

Drake Curriculum/General Electives (min 27 credits) Drake Curriculum requirements not fulfilled by required courses – Artistic Experience AOI, Engaged Citizen AOI, Historical Foundations AOI (2 courses), and Written Communication AOI. General electives refer to any non-required college level course.

Professional Electives (min 22 credits) Courses below may be used to fulfill the elective categories; other courses may be used as approved.

Biomedical Science Electives (min 3 credits)
*BIO 095-199
*CHEM 100-199
*NSCI 001-199
*PHY 001-199

Health Science Electives (min 6 credits)
*PHAR 100-199
*HSCI 100-199
*EDUC 172
*SPAN 154

Business Electives (no minimum)
*ACCT 040-199
*BLAW 060-199
*ECON 003-199
*FIN 095-199
*INS 051-199
*MGMT 110-199
*MKTG 101-199
*BUS 006-199

Psychology Electives (no minimum)
*PSY 002-199
*SCSS 081

Leadership Electives (no minimum)
*LEAD 050-199 Professional Electives Policy: Core curricula of CPHS degree programs may require professional elective courses that permit exploration of and/or advanced study in areas of professional interest within the student’s primary degree. Professional electives provide the student with an opportunity to not only pursue areas of intellectual interest, but also to develop an individual “brand” that may benefit them in their professional or academic future. Students who desire to have a non-approved electives count toward professional elective credit should apply for an exception to program policy prior to taking the course whenever possible. Professional electives must be taken for a grade unless the course is designed as credit/no credit. Students should refer to their degree audit for determination of the total number of required professional electives. Students should review the student handbook for the complete professional elective policy and details specific to their degree program.