This transfer program is designed to prepare students with the solid foundation necessary for successful advancement of study in public health particularly as it relates to the roles of health educator and health administrator. Applying population perspectives, students examine social, environmental, and behavioral determinants of health in the prevention and control of disease.
Upon successful completion of this program, graduates will be able to:
- Apply public health principles to public health related issues.
- Analyze how the perspectives and values held by diverse individuals, communities, and cultures impact health behaviors, health decisions, and health practices.
- Analyze the ethical problems, ambiguities, controversies, and assumptions in public health practices, systems, and policies.
- Prepare a plan for continuing education within Public Health.
Program of Study:
|BIO 121||General Biology I
|ENG 101||English Composition I
|PBH 101||Introduction to Public Health
|SOC 101|| Introduction to Sociology
|SPC 110 OR
SPC 111 OR
|Introduction to Speech Communication
Introduction to Speech Communication
|Elective||Core Goal 4: Computer Fluency||3|
|ENG 102||English Composition II||3|
|ESW 236||Personal Health and Wellness||3|
|MAT 106||Math Applications||3|
|PBH 102||Communication in Public Health||3|
|BIO 115||Environmental Biology||3|
|MAT 131||Introduction to Statistics I||3|
|PBH 200||Public Health Education||3|
|SOC 103||Social Problems||3|
|ESW 206||Basic Nutrition||3|
|HIS 101||History of Western Civilization I||3|
|PBH 201||Public Health Administration and U.S. Healthcare System||3|
|PBH 202||Environmental Health||3|
Total Credit Hours: 61