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College of Arts and Sciences Medical/Dental Studies Curriculum for
Bachelor of Arts Degree in Liberal Studies (BALS) Degree
(The following are required)
BISC 207 - Introductory Biology I
BISC 208 - Introductory Biology II
BISC 306 - General Physiology
BISC 403 - Genetic and Evolutionary Biology
CHEM 103 - General Chemistry
CHEM 104 - General Chemistry
CHEM 321 - Organic Chemistry & Lab
CHEM 322 - Organic Chemistry & Lab
CHEM214 Elementary Biochemistry and CHEM216 Elementary Biochemistry Laboratory
CHEM527 Introduction to Biochemistry
MATH221 Calculus I
or MATH241 Analytic Geometry and Calculus A
PHYS 201 - Introductory Physics I
PHYS 202 - Introductory Physics II
PSYC 100 - General Psychology
Select one of the following two courses:
BISC 305 - Cell Physiology
BISC 401 - Molecular Biology of the Cell
HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCE
(9 credits from among the following are required)
ANTH223 Food, Gender and Culture
HIST 382 - History of Western Medicine
HDFS 201 - Life Span Development
HDFS 221 - Child Development
HDFS 270 - Families and Development Disabilities
HDFS 329 - Adolescent Development
HDFS 401 - Foundations of Human Sexuality
HDFS 403 - Concepts in Gerontology
HLTH245 Cultural Awareness for Health and Healthcare
HLTH320 Chronic Illness in America
PSYC 325 - Child Psychology
PSYC 420 - Mental Illness: Historical and Cultural Perspectives
SOCI 311 - Sociology of Health & Illness
SOCI 313 - Mental Health & Well Being
SOCI343 Society, Politics, and Healthcare
SOCI 349 - Aging & Society
NURS414 Women and Gender in Healthcare
WOMS 389 - Topics: Women and Health Issues
(select 2 of 3 practicum's for 3 credits each - 6 credits total)
ARSC 480 - Issues in Healthcare for Children and Families
ARSC 482 - Issues in Public Health-Economics
HOSP300 Hospitality Healthcare Management
SOCI 410 - Health Services Practicum and Seminar
MEDICAL/DENTAL SCHOLARS SPECIALIZATION
(a minimum of 6 credit hours in any one of the following three specialization areas are required)
HLTH 241 - Ethical Aspects of Health Care
PHIL 241 - Ethical Issues in Health Care
PHIL 202 - Contemporary Moral Problems
PHIL 203 - Ethics
PHIL 246 - Philosophical Perspectives of Medicine
PHIL 313 - Killing and Letting Die
PHIL 444 - Medical Ethics
ACCT 200 - Survey of Accounting
BUAD 100 - Introduction to Business
ECON 100 - Economic Issues and Policies
ECON 390 - Economics of Health Care (ECON 151 is a pre-requisite)
UAPP 657 - Health Policy (seniors only, ECON 100 or 151 recommended)
There is a significant need for basic knowledge of sound nutrition among future healthcare professionals. The recognition that nutrition, whether is good or bad, can lead us either on the path to wellness or on the path of disease in critically important.
NTDT200 Nutrition Concepts
ONE OF THE FOLLOWING:
BHAN307 Nutritional Anthropology
GEOG430 Food Geographies & Food Justice
NTDT250 Introduction to the Nutrition Care Process
NTDT301- Cultural Perspectives on Food and Nutrition
NTDT305 Nutrition in the Lifespan
NTDT310 Nutrition and Activity
NTDT345 Pediatric Nutrition
NTDT350 Nutrition and Older Adults
NTDT410 Overweight and Obesity Prevention and Management
Students participate in projects in basic clinical research under the supervision of faculty at the University of Delaware, A.I. DuPont Hospital for Children or Christiana Care Hospital. Students write and defend a senior thesis at the end of their experiences.
BISC 643 - Biological Data Analysis
STAT 200 - Basic Statistical Methods
BISC 451 or UNIV 401 - Senior Thesis
BISC 452 or UNIV 402 - Senior Thesis
ENGL 110 - Critical Reading and Writing
First Year Experience (FYE)
Discovery Learning Experience (DLE)
Multicultural Course (MCC)
Breadth Requirements (C- minimum)
(Up to 3 credits from each of the University Breadth Requirements categories may be used to simultaneously satisfy the College of Arts and Sciences Breadth Requirements)*
***Second Writing Requirement (Taken after completion of 60 credits)
In addition to the University Breadth requirement (Minimum of 6 credits each in Groups A, B, C, and D)*1 Up to 3 credits from each of the University Breadth Requirement categories may be used to simultaneously satisfy the College of Arts and Sciences Breadth Requirements.
BALS-MDSP Degree: 124 credits*2
*2 ELECTIVES After required courses are completed, sufficient elective credits must be taken to meet the minimum credit requirement for the degree.
**Completion of the intermediate-level course (107, 112, or 202) in an ancient or modern language with minimum grades of D-. The number of credits (0-12) need and initial placement will depend on the number of years of high school study of foreign language. Students with four or more years of high school work in a single foreign language, or who have gained proficiency in a foreign language by other means, may attempt to fulfill the requirement in that language by taking an exemption examination through the Languages, Literatures and Cultures Department.
*** A Second Writing Requirement approved by the College of Arts and Sciences. This course must be taken after completion of 60 credit hours, with a minimum grade of C-, and the section enrolled must be designated as satisfying the requirement in the academic term completed.