B.A./B.S. Health Studies
In addition to meeting the general University degree requirements, students earning a B.A./B.S. degree in health studies must successfully complete:
- The common degree requirements
- One of the five concentration areas
|Common Degree (Core) Requirements||Credits|
|Stat 243 - Introduction to Probability and Statistics||4|
|PHE 250 - Our Community: Our Health||4|
|PHE 295 - Health Promotion/Disease Prevention||4|
|PHE 350 - Health and Health Systems||4|
|PHE 443 - Environmental Health||4|
|PHE 450 - Epidemiology||4|
|PHE 404- Internship||4-8|
We strongly recommend taking Stat 243 before PHE 450
See concentration details for internship credit requirements
The community health education concentration area prepares students for entry-level careers in health education.
The health sciences concentration area is intended for students seeking admission into professional programs in medicine, dentistry, physical therapy, or occupational therapy. It provides students with the opportunity to learn health education content and methods while completing specified science prerequisites.
The physical activity/exercise concentration area is designed for students with interests in the physiological and programmatic aspects of exercise, nutrition fitness, and physical activity.
The school health concentration area is intended for students interested in teaching health education within a public or private school setting.
The aging services concentration is designed for individuals who wish to develop or enhance a career related to aging services, including such services as senior health promotion and case management, and community- or institutionally based long-term care.
TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT WITH ONE OF OUR UNDERGRADUATE ADVISORS
PLEASE VISIT URBN 450 or PLEASE CALL 503-725-4401, SPACES ARE LIMITED, PLAN AHEAD
The School of Community Health is located in Room 450 in the Urban Center Building at 506 SW Mill Street (on the corner of 5th and Mill).
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If you are transferring from another institution, this tool will help you see which classes may transfer.
Our Department code is PHE