BSPH 2335 Foundations of Health Sciences

This course provides students an overview of various careers in the health sciences including the aptitudes, abilities and educational pathways required for each. A basic overview of the U.S. health care system and current issues affecting the delivery of health care will also be provided. Throughout the course, interprofessional practice, communication, and ethics in health care will be explored.

BSPH 2350 Foundations of Health Education and Promotion

This course is essential to acquaint students with the profession of health education. An emphasis will be placed on increasing students' knowledge base of health education and promotion, professional culture, and practice of health educators. There are no prerequisites for this course.

BSPH 2352 Personal Health and Fitness

A study of factors that contribute to personal health, including nutrition, diet, weight control, emotional health, stress, proper use of drugs, and medical and dental services.