School of Health Professions Undergraduate Courses

Some courses may not be offered every year. Check with the School office for current information about when specific courses are offered.  

 

SHP  300W APPLIED ETHICS IN HEALTH CARE      (3)

This course examines health care practices from a moral point of view using philosophical argument techniques.  Department consent required.  Prerequisites:  Junior or senior standing, or permission of the instructor.  AHI

 

SHP  301 INTERNATIONAL HEALTH SAFETY:  TRAVEL HEALTH CARE WEB-BASED COURSE      (3)

Health and safety decision-making strategies in diverse international settings through examination of historical, social, political, economic, religious, geographic and environmental perspectives.  Letter grade only. Prerequisite:  Junior Status or higher

 

SHP  303 CHEMISTRY FOR CONSUMER PROTECTION      (4)

Application of chemistry to consumer products; Actions/interactions of chemicals and their composition in the products as they relate to consumer safety.  Prerequisite: CHM 152 and CHM 151L

 

SHP  310 MEDICAL AND SCIENTIFIC TERMINOLOGY      (4)

Introductions and analysis of basic Greek and Latin related words; terms used in the medical and biological sciences.  SAS

 

SHP  485 UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH      (1-6)

Research under the supervision of a faculty research adviser. Pass-fail only.  May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.

 

SHP  497 INDEPENDENT STUDY      (1-6)

Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation under the guidance of a faculty adviser. Pass-fail only. Student must have study mentor approval prior to departmental consent.

 

SHP  499 CONTEMPORARY DEVELOPMENTS      (1-3)

Examines recent trends and investigations in a selected area.  Letter grade only.