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Allied Health - 61 credits

The Allied Health program is designed to provide basic education in the health sciences for those students who are pursuing entry level health professional employment or transferring to an allied health baccalaureate degree program. This degree specifically focuses on the human body.

Graduates will be able to:

Demonstrate comprehension of the human body form and function.

Demonstrate an understanding of proper laboratory technique and experimental design.

Demonstrate the ability to be conversant in medical language using professional communication skills.

The following are additional courses that may be recommended by the advisor based on individual student goals for transfer into a baccalaureate program:

BIOL 199 Special Topics (3 or 4 cr)
CHMY 123 Intro to Organic & Biochm/Lab (4 cr)
M 120 Calculus with Analytic Geometry
M 122 Trigonometry
PSYX (above 100) with advisor guidance (3 cr)
SOCL 100 Intro to Sociology (3 cr)

Plan of Study
1st Year Fall Semester
AH 101 Allied Health Professions 1
AIS 150/155 Nakoda/A'ani nin I Lang. 3
BIOL 151 General Biology/Lab 4
GS 115 Freshman Seminar 1
PSYX 100 Intro to Psychology 3
WRIT 101 College Writing I 3
Total 15
1st Year Spring Semester
AH 102 Medical Terminology 3
AIS 100 Intro to AIS 3
CHMY 121 Intro to Gen Chem/ Lab 4
WRIT 201 College Writing II 3
Elective Humanities or Fine Art 3
Total 16
2nd Year Fall Semester
BIOL 200 Cell Biology/Lab 4
BIOL 220 Bioethics 3
BIOL 241 Anatomy & Phys/Lab I 4
M 121 College Algebra 4
Total 15
2nd Year Spring Semester
AH 290
Allied Health Capstone 1
BIOL 210 Microbiology/Lab 4
BIOL 242 Anatomy & Phys/Lab II 4
SP 110 Public Speaking 3
STAT 220 Statistics 3
Total 15
Total Credits for Degree: 61

NOTE: If placement test scores indicate refresher (remedial or developmental) classes are needed, the student's program will require more than two years to complete. It is imperative that students work closely with their advisors.


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