Health Sciences Courses

HSC-106 Readings in Health Science1 - 3 credits

Individually assigned readings, followed by written reports or seminars covering classical, current and semi popular literature on topics in health science.

HSC-397 Internship1 - 3 credits

Prerequisites:Junior or Senior standing and Instructor permission.

Internships are designed to give students experience in their fields of interest. A written summary of the internship and an oral presentation are required at the conclusion of the internship.

HSC-398 Readings and Conference1 - 2 credits

Prerequisites:Instructor permission

Independent reading and weekly conference with a faculty supervisor. Appropriate for fields of special interest but will not substitute for required courses.

HSC-494 Independent Study1 - 3 credits

Prerequisites:Instructor permission

Library research in health sciences. Critical review of literature pertaining to a problem or specialized topic in the health sciences culminating in a paper. See independent study guidelines.

HSC-497 Internship1 - 3 credits

Prerequisites:Junior or Senior standing and Instructor permission.

Internships are designed to give students experience in their fields of interest. A written summary of the internship and an oral presentation are required at the conclusion of the internship.

HSC-499 Health Sciences Seminar3 credits

Prerequisites:Senior standing

An integration and synthesis of different disciplinary perspectives as they relate to specific regional, national, or world health issues. Students will read about, discuss, and analyze health care issues, and learn from people working in the health care industry. The seminar will be dependent on contributions and research done by each student. Topics will vary.