Terminology related to medical and health sciences. Online.

Credit(s): 2.00

This course is for Health & Wellness RLC students only. We explore the six domains of health & wellness (physical, emotional, spiritual, environmental, intellectual, and social) through readings, discussions, and hands-on activities.

Credit(s): 1.00

Introduction to healthcare technology management in acute patient care, anatomy/physiology and technical principles, safety, and troubleshooting techniques. Includes electrocardiographs, physiological monitors, infusion devices, pacemakers and defibrillators. Online.

Credit(s): 3.00

Hands-on laboratory course in the classroom. Includes bedside medical equipment demonstrations, exercises, and problem resolution, device simulators, safety, and performance testing.

Credit(s): 3.00

Meets or exceeds the standards of the Wilderness First Responder minimum course contents established by the Wilderness Medical Society. Successful course completion results in certification for Wilderness First Responder by Stonehearth Open Learning Opportunities (SOLO).

Credit(s): 3.00

Prepares students to become Emergency Medical Technicians. Each student must successfully complete all of the requirements prior to sitting for the certification exam. Prerequisite: BCLS CPR Certification.

Credit(s): 6.00

Prepares students to become Advanced Emergency Medical Technician. Each student must successfully complete all of the requirements prior to sitting for the certification exams. Prerequisite: Instructor permission.

Credit(s): 6.00

Examination of LGBTQ health disparities across the lifespan, including factors such as decreased access to healthcare, lack of awareness and insensitivity to unique health needs. Analysis of inequitable health system policies and practices that create health risks for LGBTQ individuals.

Credit(s): 3.00

An on-site supervised work experience combined with a structured academic learning plan directed by a faculty member or a faculty-staff team in which a faculty member is the instructor of record, for which academic credit is awarded. Offered at department discretion.

Credit(s): 1.00 to 3.00

Introductory courses on health topics beyond the scope of departmental or college offerings. See Schedule of Courses for specific titles.

Credit(s): 1.00 to 18.00

Introductory courses on health topics beyond the scope of departmental or college offerings. See Schedule of Courses for specific titles.

Credit(s): 1.00 to 18.00

Human aging examined emphasizing biological and nonpathological physiological changes and their effects on the functioning of elders. Prerequisites: BIOL 004, ANPS 019 and ANPS 020, or Instructor permission.

Credit(s): 3.00

Overview of social forces prompting the rise of integrative healthcare in the U.S.; the theory and practice of health professions included in integrative healthcare. Cultural and institutional views and processes shaping substance and delivery modes of healthcare in the U.S. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing.

Credit(s): 3.00

Selected popular Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) therapies, such as meditation, healing touch, Tai Chi, acupuncture; experiential, theoretical, and evidence-based concepts necessary for critically evaluating the science and evidence of these therapies. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing.

Credit(s): 3.00

Explores global health and global health challenges affecting people primarily in developing or resource-constrained countries. Prerequisite: Minimum Sophomore standing. Cross-listed with: ANTH 173.

Credit(s): 3.00

Examines the principles and theories of culture in health care with an overall goal to understand how health care is contextualized by and through culture.

Credit(s): 3.00

This course will provide opportunities to develop intercultural communication skills including cultural awareness, cultural adaptation, cultural empathy, and non-evaluative listening through experience with Balinese families, teachers and traditional healers. Prerequisite: Instructor permission.

Credit(s): 3.00

Offers an introduction to environmental health. Topics include: methods (toxicology, epidemiology), environmental health hazards (physical, biological, chemical) and supports (nature contact), risk analysis, communication and management, health and climate change, food production and access, energy production, and water. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing. Cross-listed with: ENVS 107, NR 107.

Credit(s): 3.00

Energy medicine is an integrative, complementary and preventative energy therapy course. The impact of specific concepts, beliefs, patterns, and interventions on the energy system are explored. Pre/co-requisite: HLTH 141.

Credit(s): 3.00

Course will cover the main theories of older adult development and aging as well as the latest research on psychological and emotional changes with aging.

Credit(s): 3.00

Covers imaging systems: x-ray, fluoroscopy. CT scanners, MRI, nuclear medicine, and ultrasound. Also clinical laboratory equipment, surgery devices, healthcare networks/IT, dialysis systems, and physical therapy equipment. Online.

Credit(s): 3.00

Introduces students to the principles and practice of mindfulness as taught by the contemporary mindfulness in healthcare movement. Through readings, discussion, and writing this course explores the cultural, environmental, health-related, sociological and spiritual connections associated with eating. Prerequisite: Minimum Sophomore standing.

Credit(s): 3.00

A holistic exploration of the health care needs of women. This course will consider the stereotypical, theoretical, and clinical approaches of care used in treating women. Prerequisites: PSYS 001; HDFS 005; one Sociology course below 100.

Credit(s): 3.00

Healing Touch is an energy based therapeutic approach to healing which uses touch to influence the energy system thus affecting physical, emotional, and spiritual health and healing.

Credit(s): 0.00 to 1.00

The second level of Healing Touch includes an intake interview, back techniques, and a full healing sequence. Emphasis in the experimental learning is on developing sequences for specific client needs. Pre/co-requisite: HLTH 141.

Credit(s): 1.00

Level 3 is for students who desire more in-depth skills in Healing Touch, an energy-based therapeutic approach to healing, and have successfully completed Levels 1 and 2. Pre/co-requisites: HLTH 141 and HLTH 142.

Credit(s): 1.00

Prepares the student to become a Healing Touch practitioner. Topics include client/practitioner relations, identifying energy patterns, business and professional ethics and standards. Prerequisite: HLTH 143.

Credit(s): 3.00

Travel course to Belize. Examines women's physical, mental, and spiritual health with a cross-cultural perspective. Pre/co-requisite: Instructor permission.

Credit(s): 3.00

This course will explore how the changing world has impacted the development and spread of infectious disease.

Credit(s): 3.00

Prepares students to become Emergency Medical Technicians. Each student must successfully complete all of the requirements prior to sitting for the certification exam. Pre/Co-requisite: HLTH 003.

Credit(s): 6.00

This course will introduce basic issues that underlie health disparities, with a focus on the connection between racism and health disparities in the U.S.

Credit(s): 3.00

Basic prophylactic taping and wrapping techniques for the physically active, including the associated mechanisms and care for these common injuries.

Credit(s): 1.00

Meridians are an interconnected web of energy lines that nourish the internal aspects of organs and body systems. Learn ways to assess the meridians, systems and organs, alter their energy flow, and discover how meridians influence health and illness. Co-requisite: HLTH 140.

Credit(s): 1.00

An on-site supervised work experience combined with a structured academic learning plan directed by a faculty member or a faculty-staff team in which a faculty member is the instructor of record, for which academic credit is awarded. Offered at department discretion.

Credit(s): 1.00 to 18.00

Undergraduate student service as a teaching assistant, usually in an introductory-level course in the discipline, for which credit is awarded. Offered at department discretion.

Credit(s): 1.00 to 3.00

Intermediate courses on health topics beyond the scope of departmental or college offerings. See Schedule of Courses for specific titles.

Credit(s): 1.00 to 18.00

Intermediate courses on health topics beyond the scope of departmental or college offerings. See Schedule of Courses for specific titles.

Credit(s): 1.00 to 18.00

A course which is tailored to fit the interests of a specific student, which occurs outside the traditional classroom/laboratory setting under the supervision of a faculty member, for which credit is awarded. Offered at department discretion.

Credit(s): 1.00 to 18.00

Undergraduate student work on individual or small team research projects under the supervision of a faculty member, for which credit is awarded. Offered at department discretion.

Credit(s): 1.00 to 18.00

Gain appreciation for cultural diversity by exploring the social, psychological, health practices, and historical trajectories of Oaxacan perceptions within the overarching theme of health. Prerequisites: Minimum Junior standing and Instructor permission.

Credit(s): 3.00

Introduction to development of sustainable public health interventions through service learning. Faculty-led program abroad. Prerequisite: Minimum Junior standing.

Credit(s): 3.00

Service learning in supporting humanitarian aid such as in rural Uganda for NGO affiliates. This is a follow-up course for students who have completed HLTH 211 or PRNU 241 Public Health Nursing. Prerequisite: HLTH 211 or PRNU 241.

Credit(s): 1.00

Includes medical devices/systems, information technology and telecommunications. Blending of IT and medical technology. Also planning, life cycle management, and technical services--clinical engineering. Online.

Credit(s): 3.00

Examines the process and development of conducting community-based participatory research projects in collaboration with a community partner.

Credit(s): 3.00

Follows the national EMS Scope of Practice Model to expand the Emergency Medical Technician's knowledge and skills in preparation for licensure as an Advanced Emergency Medical Technician. Prerequisite: HLTH 053 OR HLTH 153.

Credit(s): 6.00

An on-site supervised work experience combined with a structured academic learning plan directed by a faculty member or a faculty-staff team in which a faculty member is the instructor of record, for which academic credit is awarded. Offered at department discretion.

Credit(s): 1.00 to 18.00

Undergraduate student service as a teaching assistant, usually in an introductory level course in the discipline, for which credit is awarded. Offered at department discretion.

Credit(s): 1.00 to 3.00

Advanced courses on health topics beyond the scope of department or college offerings. See Schedule of Courses for specific titles.

Credit(s): 1.00 to 18.00

Advanced courses on health topics beyond the scope of department or college offerings. See Schedule of Courses for specific titles.

Credit(s): 1.00 to 18.00

A course which is tailored to fit the interests of a specific student, which occurs outside the traditional “classroom/laboratory setting” under the supervision of a faculty member, for which credit is awarded. Offered at department discretion.

Credit(s): 1.00 to 18.00

Undergraduate student work on individual or small team research projects under the supervision of a faculty member, for which credit is awarded. Offered at department discretion.

Credit(s): 1.00 to 18.00