NCCC AS HEALTH STUDIES TO BS HEALTH CARE STUDIES COMMUNITY HEALTH

 

 

NCCC Course work

credits

DC Equivalency

credits

Remaining DC

 

 

 

 

Requirements

Major Course Work/Spec

 

 

 

 

BIO213/L Human Ana & Phys I & Lab

4

BIO313/L Anat & Phys I & Lab

4

 

HED205 Nutrition and Health

3

BIO117 Human Nutrition

3

 

PED/HPE/HED: HPE130

3

HCS310 Health Promotion and Ed

3

 

HED201 Healthful Living

3

HCS320 Comm Health Ed Dis Prev

3

BIO100/103/109;

 

 

 

 

CHE100/101/110;

 

 

 

HCS101; HCS300;

 

 

 

 

HCS335; HCS353

 

 

 

 

HCS491; PSY229;

 

 

 

 

Specialization (24)

TOTAL

13

 

13

48

Core Requirements

 

 

 

 

ENG101 Writing

3

CMP101 English Composition

3

 

PSY110 Intro to Psychology

3

PSY103 Introduction to Psychology

3

 

Art Elective : SPE102

3

CA205 Communications Through

3

 

Math Elective: MAT164

3

MTH104 Survey of Statistics

3

 

ENG102 Writing II & Intro to Lit

3

LIT112 Approaches to Literature

3

 

ART137 Ancient to Gothic OR

3

ART275 His of Art (Anc –Medieval)

3

 

ART138 14th to 19th Century Art

 

ART285 His of Art(Renaissance –M)

 

 

PSY210 Lifespan Develop Psy*

3

ELEC-COR.WVR 

3

 

Electives  may include HED206/207 &  SOC260*

12

ELEC-COR.WVR

12

 

Humanities Elective

3

ELEC-COR.WVR

3

 

HED202 Understanding Sexuality*

3

ELEC-COR.WVR

3

 

HED204 Drugs and Society*

3

ELEC-COR.WVR

3

Service Learning

 

 

 

 

Course or SL Add-on

 

 

 

 

Course (3)

TOTAL

42

 

42

3

Free Electives

 

 

 

 

BIO214/L Human Ana & Phys I & Lab

4

BIO314/L Anat & Phys I & Lab

4

 

Excess BIO213/L & BIO214/L

2

ELEC-FREE

2

 

HED206 Consumer Health* OR

3

ELEC-FREE

3

 

HED207 Community Health*

 

ELEC-FREE

 

Free Electives (6)

TOTAL

9

 

9

6

Courses Not Applicable

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOTAL CREDITS TAKEN

64

TOTAL ACCEPTABLE CREDITS

64

57

 

* Depending on track chosen within Community Health specialization, these courses may count elsewhere on the curriculum.

                        Revised 02/2009