Students must meet the general education requirements, as stated elsewhere in this catalog, and satisfactorily complete the courses listed in this curriculum to obtain the Bachelor of Science in Population Health Management. A total of 181 credits are required for the degree. Students must complete a core program; in addition, students must complete an emphasis area (listed below). A total of 18 credits are needed for an emphasis; a minimum of 9 upper division credits are needed. Credits taken for externship or senior project do not count toward the emphasis. Students electing to take externship are restricted to a maximum of 32 credits. All core and emphasis courses must be completed with a minimum grade of “C” in order to earn the degree.
Required courses and recommended terms during which they should be taken:
Total for a B.S. in Population Health Management: 181 Credit Hours
a See advisor or consult emphasis elective list above for appropriate courses b To complete an emphasis, students must take courses from the appropriate list that follows. Credits taken for externship or senior project do not count as emphasis electives. A total of 18 credits are needed for an emphasis; a minimum of 9 upper division credits are needed c Externship site and/or senior projects are coordinated in SOC 421. No more than 32 credits of externship allowed for graduation without departmental approval