College of Health and Human Services
The College of Health and Human Services offers undergraduate instruction leading to the bachelor of science degree in the following areas:
- Athletic Training
- Communication Science Disorders
- Family Studies
- Health Management and Policy
-Public Health (option)
-Exercise Science (option)
-Outdoor Education (option)
-Physical Education Pedagogy (option)
- Occupational Therapy
- Recreation Management and Policy
-Program Administration (option)
-Therapeutic Recreation (option)
- Social Work
Review College of Health and Human Services programs. Each program has been designed to enable students to acquire the basic knowledge and skills needed to practice their chosen professions and at the same time obtain a broad cultural background in the humanities and social sciences. Students may also combine a major with the dual major in international affairs. Consult an IA adviser at Orientation.
Choosing First-Semester Courses
Recommended first-semester courses for each of the College of Health and Human Services programs are listed below. In most cases, one or two Discovery Program (University core curriculum) courses are included. Because the availability of English 401 is limited to half the first-year class first semester, make sure that you have chosen alternative Discovery courses. Review the current Undergraduate Catalog, course descriptions, Discovery categories, and writing requirements.
Choose four courses in which you are interested. List these four courses, along with the recommended courses for your major, on the worksheet on the next page. Your choice of Discovery courses will be made from a list at Orientation in consultation with an academic adviser. A normal course load is 16 credits, usually consisting of four 4-credit courses. First-year students should take courses numbered in the 400s and 500s.
You need to print out your CHHS worksheet, prior to attending June Orientation.
For those taking, French or Spanish in the fall, you must take the French and Spanish placement test before your orientation session. Your advisor will have the result at orientation.
RECOMMENDED FIRST-SEMESTER COURSES FOR CHHS MAJORS
Kinesiology (by option)
a) Exercise Science Option
a) Program Administration Option
COMM 520 KIN 580
Students interested in careers in medicine or dentistry should consult with the PreProfessional Health Advising Ofﬁce (102 Hood House) early in the ﬁrst semester. No course prerequisite to medical or dental school should be taken pass/fail.
Discovery Abbreviations: Biological Science (BS) ; Environment, Technology & Society (ETS); Fine & Performing Arts (FPA); Historical Perspectives (HP); Humanities (HUMA); Physical Science (PS); Social Sciences (SS); World Cultures (WC)
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