Finish in three years with a BA in Health Studies (Social Services Concentration) and a minor of your choice.  Additional units to meet 120-unit graduation requirement will be needed.

Fall Semester 1

HLTH 11: What Does it Mean to be Healthy (1 unit)

COMM 45: Communication and Health (3 units)

MATH 35/37: Statistics (3 units)

CORE 1: Problem Solving & Oral Comm (3 units)

Take a class toward a minor of your choice (4 units)

Spring Semester 1

HLTH 89: Health Studies Practicum (1 unit)

CORE 2: Writing and Critical Thinking (4 units)

HHUM 51: Health and Humanities (4 units)

PSYC 17: Clinical Psychology (4 units)

Take a class toward a minor of your choice (4 units)

Fall Semester 2

SOCI 81: Intro to Social Science (4 units)

ENGL 25: Dianosis (4 units)

PSYC 15: Cognitive Psychology (4 units)

Take a class for your minor (4 units)

Spring Semester 2 

PSYC 29: Developmental Psychology (4 units)

BIO 11: Human Anatomy and Physiology (4 units)

Take a GE class such as ANTH 53: Cultural Anthropology (4 units)

Take a class for your minor (4 units)

Fall Semester 3

HESP 110: Health and Exercise Science Law (4 units)

Choose a Research Methods Class (4 units)

Take a GE class such as ARTH 007: Survey of World Art (4 units)

Take a class for your minor (4 units)

 

Spring Semester 3

HESP 180: Epidemiology (4 units)

SOCI 125: Sociology of Health and Illness (4 units)

RELI 145: Biomedical Ethics (4 units)

HLTH 189: Health Studies Internship (2 units)

Take a class for your minor/elective (4 units)

Additional units will be needed––transferred in as AP credit, taken over the summer (abroad or at a community college)