The B.S. in Allied Health Science degree program includes the following required courses:
|ALLH 4005||Educational Planning: Transition to Baccalaureate Health Professions||4|
|HLAD 2010||The United States Health Systems||4|
|COMM 2005||Communication for Professionals||4|
|HLAD 3020||Cultural Competency in Health Care||4|
|HSCI 3200||Health Informatics||4|
|HLAD 3045||Healthcare Ethics||4|
|HLAD 4020||Leadership in Healthcare||4|
|HLAD 4015||Healthcare Policy||4|
Elective Requirements- 16 Credits
Electives are chosen based on student interest. In addition, the following professional certifications also have been approved to meet elective requirements: American Heart Association (ACLS); American Heart Association (PALS); AART Mammography Certification. Please speak with your mentor about other professional certifications that may be used.
Students completing a B.S. in Allied Health Science will be able to:
- Students will be able to integrate knowledge from the health, biological and social sciences, and the humanities to provide culturally competent care to individuals, families and communities.
- Students will be able to apply a variety of communication strategies in establishing positive relationships with patients, families and members of the health care team.
- Students will be able to use evidence and information technology to enhance patient safety and promote quality care outcomes.
- Students will be able to integrate principles of leadership in promoting collaboration with interdisciplinary teams.
- Students will be able to analyze how the baccalaureate-prepared health care provider develops professional role identity, including consideration of values, and legal and ethical aspects to healthcare practice.