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Pre-Health Professions Certificate: Science Major Track
Effective Fall 2014
General Information
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The Pre-Health Professions Certificate assists students in preparing for post-baccalaureate, healthcare professional programs.
Some of the courses may contain prerequisites that are in addition to the coursework for the certificate.
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All students receiving degrees from the College of Natural Sciences must seek the Science Major Track. No admission to the science major
track is required. Students completing the BSA degree may count a maximum of 3 hours in the major toward the certificate.
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All students receiving degrees outside of the College of Natural Sciences must seek the Non-Science Major Track, and must be admitted to
the non-science major track.
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The transcript-recognized certificate consists of a minimum of eighteen hours with grades of at least C-. A minimum of 9 hours must be
completed in residence at the University.
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Students must contact the Dean’s Office in the College of Natural Sciences to request the certificate at the beginning of the semester in
which they are completing the requirements and graduating with their degrees.
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Students may earn the certificate in the semester in which they are graduating, or within one year after they graduate. A maximum of 9
hours may be taken after earning an undergraduate degree.
Pre-Health Professions Certificate: Science Major Track Requirements with grades of C- or better
Complete a minimum of 9 hours and a maximum of 18 hours chosen from the following themes relevant to healthcare.
The courses may be chosen from multiple themes without need for prior approval.
a. Cultural Awareness
i.
Anthropology: ANT 322M (Topic 5: Indians of Mexico & Guatemala)
ii.
Asian American Studies: AAS 301, 310 (Topic 1: Psychological Perspectives on Asian American Identity)
iii.
African and African Diaspora Studies: AFR 301
iv.
Latin American Studies: LAS 310 (Topic 16: Mexican Immigration Cultural History)
v.
Mexican American Studies: MAS 307
vi.
Middle Eastern Studies: MES 301L
b. Health and Anatomy
i.
Classical Civilization: CC 306M
ii.
Educational Psychology: EDP 363 (Topic 3: Human Sexuality) or HED 366
iii.
Heath Education: HED 335, 343, 352K, 370K, 373
iv.
Kinesiology: KIN 320, 324K, 325K, 326K
v.
Psychology: PSY 301, 308, 332C, 341K (Topic 4: Health Psychology), 346K, 353K
c. Healthcare Policy
i.
Communication Studies: CMS 322E
ii.
History: HIS 350R (Topic 18: Women in Sickness and Health)
iii.
Philosophy: PHL 325M
iv.
Nursing: N 309, 321
v.
Sociology: SOC 307M, 319, 336D, 354K, 358D, 368D, 369K
vi.
Urban Studies: URB 350 (Topic: Human Health and the Environment)
vii.
Geography: GRG 357
viii.
Public Health: PBH 317
d. Human and Societal Development
i.
Communication Studies: CMS 310K, 322E
ii.
Educational Psychology: EDP 369K (Topic 10: Educational Neuroscience)
iii.
Human Development & Family Sciences: HDF 304, 313, 335, 342, 351, 378K (Topic: Biobehavioral Health Processes
Across the Family)
iv.
Nursing: N 310
v.
Psychology: PSY 301, 308, 332C, 341K (Topic 4: Health Psychology), 346K
vi.
Sociology: SOC 302, 330C
e. Nutrition
i.
Communication Studies: CMS 322E
ii.
History: HIS 350R (Topic 5: American Cultural History of Alcohol and Drugs)
iii.
Nutrition: NTR 312, 218, 326, 331
No more than 9 hours chosen from the following Natural Sciences courses may be applied toward the certificate, if needed for completion.
a. Biochemistry and Chemistry: CH 220C, 320M, 320N, BCH 369
b. Biology: BIO 311C, 311D, 206L
c. Physics: PHY 302K + 102M, 302L + 102N; 317K + 117M, 317L + 117N; 301 + 101L, 316 + 116L; 303K + 103M, 303L + 103
d. Statistics (only one of the following courses may be counted): M 316, SDS (formerly SSC) 302, 304, 306, 328M
18 hours of coursework completed with grades of C- or better: ____ + ____ + ____ + ____ + ____ + ____ + ____ + _____+ ____
Note for BSA students only: Coursework undertaken for certificates may overlap with the Core curriculum, writing flags, the quantitative
reasoning flag, and Honors coursework. No more than 3 hours MAXIMUM of major coursework may overlap with a transcript-recognized
certificate. Overlap is PROHIBITED with the Language, Arts, and Culture requirements.
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CNS Student Records August 2014
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