considering classes for a graduate health profession program, students
are encouraged to demonstrate a well rounded academic education by completing courses in the social sciences and the humanities.
In addition to the recommended science classes: Cell Biology, Genetics,
Evolution, Microbiology, and Bio chemistry, students are also advised to
study such courses which improve language arts and critical thinking.
Please see the course descriptions on the Department webpages:
- URBST 132 - The American Health System/Introduction to Health Services and Policy
- URBST 220 - Public Health Policy and Practice
- Psychology 107 or Sociology 205 - Statistics
- Philosophy 104 - Ethics