2019-20 SHS Sample Degree Plans of Study
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Applied Health Science (AHS) w/ Concentration in Health Care Leadership (HCL)
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Bachelor of Science (BS)
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School of Health Sciences
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Degree Plan of Study for Catalog Year: 2019 - 2020
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This is a recommended course sequencing for this major.
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Course Number & Course RubricCourse TitleCredit HoursMin. GradePrerequisite(s)Notes
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Fall Semester Year 1
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HS 2000
Introduction to Health and Health Behaviors
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HRD 3100
Introduction to Human Resource Development
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Winter Semester Year 1
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HS 3000
Community and Public Health
4HS 2000
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HRD 3230
Fundamentals of Human Interaction
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Summer Semester Year 1
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HS 4500
Ethics in Health Care
4University writing foundations course
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Fall Semester Year 2
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AHS 3320
Delivering Safe Patient Care
4HS 2000 and HS 3000
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HRD 3330
Presention and Facilitation
4Writing Intensive in General Education or Social Science General Education course
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Winter Semester Year 2
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AHS 3340
Hospital Safety and Health
4HS 2000 and HS 3000
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HRD 3510
Principles of Leadership
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HRD 3600
Lean Principles and Practices in Organizations
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Complete a total of 124 semester credits with a minimum of 32 credits at the 3000-4000 level required for graduation.
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Earn MTA or MACRAO at the Community College. Students who do not earn MTA or MACRAO will need to complete the university's general education requirements.
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Complete courses that also satisfy the university general education requirement. Requirements vary depending on coursework transferred to the University to satisfy various general education requirements.
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Select and complete the required courses from either the Health Care Leadership Track or Health Promotion Track.
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The Applied Health Sciences program requires that courses accepted for transfer must have a grade of C or above, and that all course-work has been taken at accredited institutions. For additional information regarding transfer policies, see the Transfer Student Information section of the catalog.
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Major Requirements
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Have already completed the course requirements for and earned the Associate of Applied Science degree in one of the following academic areas from an accredited community college or other institution of higher education: dental assisting, health information technology, medical assistant, occupational therapy assistant, pharmacy technician, physical therapist assistant, respiratory therapy, or surgical technology. Students who hold an AAS degree in any other medical or health-related field not listed above may seek permission to enroll from the Applied Health Sciences Program Director.
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Submit official transcripts showing AAS degree and all coursework completed with a minimum 2.0 (C) GPA. Concurrent enrollment in a community college AAS program and Oakland University's AHS program is not permitted.
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The Applied Health Sciences program is uniquely positioned to allow students to combine courses from the university curriculum with specific Associate of Applied Sciences (AAS) degrees from accredited community colleges. The degree completion program provides for the transfer of up to 84 semester credits from accredited two-year community colleges. Students who have completed AAS degrees in health-related fields including dental assisting, health information technology, medical assistant, occupational therapy assistant, pharmacy technician, physical therapist assistant, respiratory therapy, or surgical technology may qualify for the Applied Health Sciences program. Students with AAS degrees in a health-related field not listed may seek permission to enroll from the Interdisciplinary Health Sciences Chair. Concurrent enrollment in a community college AAS program and Oakland University's AHS program is not permitted.
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The Applied Health Sciences program requires that courses accepted for transfer must have a grade of C or above, and that all course-work has been taken at accredited institutions. For additional information regarding transfer policies, see the Transfer Student Information section of the catalog.
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