The advisor approved electives are an integral part of the Public Health Curriculum. They are designed to allow students the opportunity to increase their knowledge and skills in areas that are directly related to Public Health



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BS HS: Public Health

HS Approved Electives



Initially approved Fall 2004

Last updated Fall 2010
The advisor approved electives are an integral part of the Public Health Curriculum. They are designed to allow students the opportunity to increase their knowledge and skills in areas that are directly related to Public Health. These are NOT open or general electives.
The list below includes all “pre-approved” courses to meet the required advisor approved electives in the Health Sciences Public Health Program.
Courses not on this list MUST be pre-approved in writing through the Health Sciences Department Curriculum Committee. Students who wish to apply courses not on this list as an AAE should work through their designated advising office to seek approval. Typically, this should occur prior to course enrollment. Approval after enrollment or course completion will require additional rationale.
NOTE: A few of the courses below may have pre-requisites that must also be taken to be eligible for enrollment. As asterisk (*) denotes that the course is offered online and may or may not be open for residential student enrollment.

Health Sciences:

HS- Any course with an HS prefix that is not already a requirement for your degree

HS 229, 301* (may be repeated up to 9 credits when topics differ), 315, 410*, 415 or 471* are examples.
College of Health and Human Services:

HHS 300W*- Applied Ethics in Health Care


Applied Indigenous Studies

AIS 450 Indian Health:  Issues In Health Care, Promotion And Policy


Environmental Science

ENV 181 Environmental Challenges


ENV 182 Eco House Seminar
ENV 495 Global Environmental and Climate Change
Biological Sciences

BIO 205- Microbiology

BIO 338 and 338L: Physiology of Exercise and Lab

(NOTE: These 2 courses are also acceptable substitutions for HS 303)

BIO 360- Biomechanics


Career and Technical Education

CTE 292: Accident Prevention


Criminal Justice

CJC 312: Environmental Crime

CJC 325: Drug Issues and the Law
Humanities:

HUM 371- Humanistic Values

HUM 373- Human Nature and Values
Management:

MGT 303- Concepts in Management


Parks and Recreation

PRM 214 (2 credit) and 215 (1 credit)- Challenge Course Facilitation and Professional Debriefing

PRM 216: Wilderness First Responder (in place of HS 229)

PRM 326- Inclusive Recreation


Planning

PL 302- Environmental Planning

PL 306- Public Participation in Planning

PL 423- Recreation Facility and Area Planning

PL 431- Computer Mapping for Planning

PL 432- GIS for Planners


Psychology:

PSY 460- Community Psychology

PSY 340- Child & Adolescent Development
Public Agency

PAS 326- Public Agency Organizational Theory

PAS 327- The Politics of Budgeting

PAS 340- Administration in Emergency Services

PAS 360- Emergency Services and Crisis Management

PAS 356- Applied Program Planning and Evaluation (Note: this course is NOT an acceptable substitution for the HS planning course. It is only acceptable as an additional HS advisor approved elective.)


Public Relations

PR 372W- Public Relations Writing


Speech Communication:

SC 271- Group Communication

SC 311- Advanced Presentation Techniques

SC312- Methods of Interviewing

SC 314- Communicating in Instructional Environments

SC 315- Business and Professional Speaking

SC 323- Intercultural Communication

SC 475- Health Communication

SC 477- Mediation & Conflict Management
Sociology:

SOC 301- Topics in Contemporary Social Problems- various topics (can be repeated for credit when topic is changed)

SOC 316- Sociology of Sexuality

SOC 318- Medical Sociology

SOC 320- Social Psychology

SOC 333- Environment and Society

SOC 360- Sociocultural Aging

SOC 417- Sociology of Childhood

SOC 441- Deviance

SOC 444- Environment and Social Change


Statistics
STA 275- Statistical Analysis

STA 371- Intermediate Statistics

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