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Health Sciences (HLSC)

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USP Codes are listed in brackets by the 2003 USP code followed by the 2015 USP code (i.e. [QB<>Q]).

JumpLink1090. SPARX: Topics in Interdisciplinary Health Care. 1 (Max. 3). Each semester a different topic or disease state is highlighted.  Using film, lectures, and selected readings, students are introduced to interdisciplinary collaboration between health care and mental health professionals.  Benefits to patient care and barriers in making interdisciplinary connections are addressed. 

1101. First-Year Seminar. 3. [{none}<>FYS]

JumpLink4020. SPARX: Advanced Topics in Interdisciplinary Health Care. 1. (Max. 3). Interdisciplinary collaboration for improved health outcomes is the focus of this class.  Students develop a deeper understanding of the benefits and difficulties that exist for interdisciplinary teams. Prerequisites: At least two upper-division courses in CHS, may be taken concurrently.

4100. Global Public Health. 3. [G<>{none}] Introduces students to the global context of public health, to principles underlying global health, and to dimensions of public health particular to international settings. It examines major themes and policies in global health and analyzes health problems and varying responses to them in different parts of the world. Cross listed with INST 4100. Prerequisite: upper division student status.

4970. Interdisciplinary Seminar in Health Sciences. 3. An interdisciplinary seminar designed to explore research, skills, roles and preparation of all health care professionals to gain a better understanding of the unique contribution each makes to interdisciplinary practice. Prerequisites: completion of 24 hours in College of Health Sciences; senior standing. (Normally offered fall semester)

4985. Health Sciences Internship. 1-6 (max. 6). Gives students an opportunity to gain practical experience in a health care field of their choice. The intense relationship with a mentor allows the student to become socialized into a health care field, gain practice skills and relate to other health care professionals in an interdisciplinary way. For S/U Only. Prerequisite: completion of all other degree requirements. (Normally offered spring and summer)

4990. Current Topics in the Health Sciences. 1-6 (max. 12). Provides upper division/graduate students with the opportunity for critical analysis and in-depth examination of various current topics in health science fields. Prerequisites: twelve hours in College of Health Sciences coursework, or in field related to the topic, or admission to a professional program within the College of Health Sciences. Individual topics courses may require specific course(s) as prerequisite. Contact the instructor for specific information. Dual listed with HLSC 5990.

JumpLink5990. Topics In Health Sciences. 1-6 (Max. 12). Provides upper division/graduate students with the opportunity for critical analysis and in-depth examination of various current topics in health sciences fields. Prerequisite: graduate standing.

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