Health & Human Services (HHS)

HHS 401 - College of Health and Human Services Seminar

Credits: 1

This course is an introduction to the curricular and co-curricular aspects of the University and specifically the College of Health and Human Services. The course will focus on resource navigation, major and career exploration and fostering “knowledge for healthy living”. Permission required.

HHS 444 - The Right to be Disabled in the Extreme Makeover Society

Credits: 4

Explores how society's view of disability, its "construction," is influenced by a variety of cultural variables and the implications of that construction on institutions such as medicine and health care, education, the arts, the legal system, architecture and engineering, etc.

Attributes: Social Science (Discovery); Inquiry (Discovery)

HHS #540 - Statistics for Health and Human Service Professionals

Credits: 4

A conceptual and analytical approach to the use of statistics in the health and human service professions. Emphasizes the logic and purpose of statistics. Attention to special problems of statistical design such as random assignment, single subject trials, and the ethics of control groups. Basic computer skills for manipulating data. No credit for students who have completed ADM 430; BIOL 528; ADMN 420; EREC 525; MATH 439; MATH 539; MATH 644; PSYC 402; SOC 502.

Attributes: Quantitative Reasoning(Disc)

HHS 598 - Special Topics

Credits: 2

Explores areas related to specific professional health interests. May repeat but not duplicate subject areas. A) Communication Disorders, B) Health Management and Policy, C) Medical Laboratory Science, D) Nursing, E) Occupational Therapy, F) Kinesiology, G) Recreation Management and Policy, J) Family Studies, K) Social Work, L) Health Promotion, M) Women's Leadership N-Z) Interdisciplinary.

HHS 698 - Special Topics

Credits: 1-4

Explores areas related to specific professional health interests. May repeat but not duplicate subject areas. A) Communication Disorders, B) Health Management and Policy, C) Medical Laboratory Science, D) Nursing, E) Occupational Therapy, F) Kinesiology, G) Recreation Management and Policy, J) Family Studies, K) Social Work, L) Health Promotion, M-Z) Interdisciplinary. Prereq: permission. Cr/F.

HHS 798 - Special Topics

Credits: 1-4

Explores areas related to specific professional health interests. May repeat but not duplicate subject areas. A) Communication Disorders, B) Health Management and Policy, C) Medical Laboratory Science, D) Nursing, E) Occupational Therapy, F) Kinesiology, G) Recreation Management and Policy, J) Family Studies, K) Social Work, L) Health Promotion, M-Z) Interdisciplinary. Prereq: permission. Special fee on some topics.

HHS 798W - Special Topics

Credits: 1-4

Explores areas related to specific professional health interests. May repeat but not duplicate subject areas. A) Communication Disorders, B) Health Management and Policy, C) Medical Laboratory Science, D) Nursing, E) Occupational Therapy, F) Kinesiology, G) Recreation Management and Policy, J) Family Studies, K) Social Work, L) Health Promotion, M-Z) Interdisciplinary. Prereq: permission. Special fee on some topics. Writing intensive.

Attributes: Writing Intensive Course