Community Health Sciences, Minor

Students pursuing careers in medicine, dentistry, social work, and business to name just a few add significant and meaningful breadth to their resume with the addition of a community health sciences minor. Health is now recognized to comprise components of social, emotional, intellectual, occupational and spiritual wellness. Employers and graduate programs appreciate the broad perspective a Community Health Sciences minor provides students.

Program Requirements (18 Units)

A. Minor Required Courses (9 Units)
Prefix Number Description Credits
CHS 101 Introduction to Community Health Sciences 3 credits
CHS 102 Foundations of Personal Health and Wellness 3 credits
CHS 200 OR
Introduction to Public Health Biology OR
Introduction to Biostatistics in Public Health
3 Credits

B. Minor Elective Courses (9 Units)
Prefix Number Description Credits
CHS 300 - 499 Choose any 3 CHS courses numbered 300 - 499 9 credits

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