Jul 15, 2019  
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Health and Behavioral Science - Aging Concentration, BS


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Major in Health and Behavioral Science


Cindy Stewart, PhD, Coordinator
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713 221 8173

The Health and Behavioral Science Program combines a liberal arts education with professional health-related experiences that prepares graduates for degree-required, entry-level positions from which they can build careers in healthcare and/or gerontology.

Program Learning Outcomes

Graduates earning their Bachelors of Science in Health and Behavioral Science will be able to:

  • Examine the biological, psychosocial, and political factors that influence health and/or gerontology.
  • Communicate effectively within the healthcare and/or gerontological context.
  • Utilize basic research methods and statistics to assess and interpret health and/or gerontological research.
  • Function professionally in healthcare and/or gerontological settings.
  • Identify and analyze ethical dilemmas within the healthcare and/or gerontology fields to determine an appropriate course of action.

Degree Requirements


Common Core Requirements


See listing under Common Core Requirements  in this catalog.

Preparatory Requirements


(Courses in this area may be reused from the common core area)

Free Electives


Upper or lower division courses may be applied to this area, with the exceptions described under the “Requirements for CHSS Majors ,” so that the student’s entire coursework, including the above requirements, totals 120 semester credit hours.

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