Major, Bachelor of Science Degree
UCM Health Studies prepares students to promote healthy behaviors with an interdisciplinary perspective in corporate settings, communities, and clinics.
By integrating health courses with business, psychology, criminal justice, nutrition, etc., Health Studies allows students to blend health and well-being into value-added research and education. Upon graduation, students are prepared for careers in community or workplace health with the option to pursue graduate school. In addition to the degree, students are eligible to register for the Certified Health Education Specialist certification and could earn a minor or certificate at no additional cost.
The graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Studies will:
- Appraise personal health practices and professional health initiatives, uses goal-directed communication to incorporate various perspectives, media, and stakeholders.
- Apply knowledge of health and wellbeing theories, disease processes, factors impacting human health, and health disparities to the logical implementation of safe, goal-directed health initiatives.
- Apply program processes to implement and improve organizational and community initiatives; using research and data to describe, evaluate, and enhance population well-being.
- Examine ethical, economic, and regulatory dimensions of global health care, health programming, and public health policy.
Health Studies, BS (43-330) (4 Year Guide)