Health Science Minor
The purpose of this interdisciplinary minor is to educate students about the health problems of citizens residing in urban environments and related health topics. Public health concepts orient the urban health courses in the minor. Health-focused, service learning programs are provided through the La Salle Neighborhood Nursing Center. The urban health focus of some courses illustrates a commitment to urban health care for underserved and vulnerable populations and reflects the Lasallian mission of humanistic Catholic Christian education.
To minor in Health Science, the student must complete six courses within the discipline. At least two of the six must be at the 300-400 level, no more than two may be at the 100 level, and the remaining two or three may be at the intermediate level.
HSC 101, HSC 102, HSC 114,HSC 202, HSC 212, HSC 217, HSC 223, HSC 233, HSC 235, HSC 315, HSC 350, HSC 351, HSC 355, HSC 361, HSC 389, HSC 407, HSC 408, HSC 410, HSC 415, HSC 416, HSC 451, NUR/HSC 467, HSC 468