The Ph.D. in Health Sciences is an interdisciplinary degree program designed to accomplish three major objectives:
- Provide advanced study and research training opportunities in the human health sciences.
- Produce cohorts of scholars capable of advancing the discovery, dissemination, and application of new knowledge in the health sciences.
- Prepare future academic leaders in the health sciences.
Health Sciences Courses
HS 101 Introduction to Health and Disease
HS 102 Healthcare Delivery in the United States
HS 105 Survey of the Health Professions
HS 222 Language of Medicine
HS 224 Computational Tools for Healthcare Professionals
HS 250 Allied Health Information Methods
HS 251 Health Documentation
HS 311 Law and Ethics for Healthcare Professionals
HS 311X Law and Ethics for Healthcare Professionals
HS 620 Environmental Health
HS 620G Environmental Health
HS 917 Seminar in Health Outcomes Assessment