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Health and Rehabilitation Sciences

 

1100 Health and Rehabilitation Professions Survey U 1

Introduction to the University, the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences and its academic programs. Emphasis on strategies for success, resources and procedures.

 
2200 CPR for the Healthcare Professionals U 1

Knowledge, competencies, issues and concerns of health care providers regarding basic life support.  Completion of course leads to American Heart Association certification Basic Life Support-Health Care Provider card.


2500 Medical Terminology for the Health Professions U 3

Terminology and abbreviations pertaining to anatomy, physiology, pathology, diagnostic processes/procedures and medical/surgical interventions by body system.


2530 The Evolving Art and Science of Medicine U 3

An analysis of the concepts of health and healing, coupled with an examination of historical developments that have impacted the art and science of the practice of medicine.


3000 Introduction to the Health Sciences Major and Career Opportunities U 1

An introduction to the Health Sciences major, tools for success, and careers in healthcare and health-related services.


3400 Health Promotion and Disease Prevention U 3

Introduction to the concepts and theories involved in health promotion and disease prevention. 


3500 Critical Phases in Life U 3

An examination of human’s development from conception to death and factors critical to continuing health.

           

4000 Application of Ethical Decision Making in Health Care

Examination of ethical theories, bioethical principles, personal ethics, and ethical decision making, using a six-step model for application in the allied health professions.


4189 Health Sciences Internship U 1-3

Field experience in a health care system highlighting health management, health and wellness, or other health science.


4193 Undergraduate Independent Study U 1-3

Guided study of selected topics.


4300 Contemporary Topics in Health and Society U 3

Offers the opportunity to delve into the current issues and factors that are influencing and shaping both society and health systems.


4320 Clinical Interviewing & Risk Assessment in Healthcare U 3

Identification and prevalence of health risk behaviors and application of interviewing and counseling techniques designed to affect behavior change incorporation wellness and prevention strategies.


4350 Introduction to Legal Concepts in Health Care U 2

Overview of legal concepts affecting practice of healthcare professionals including legal system, professional liability, and laws governing appropriate access and disclosure of patient information.


4370 Community and Policy Influence in Health Care U 3

Review of the principles of community policy in relation to the health professions and professionals.


4400 Individual Differences in Patient/Client Populations U 3

Examination of individual differences in patient/client populations from multiple perspectives of disability, chronic disease, healthcare disparity, culture, and the impact on health and wellness.


4450 Health Promotion in Practice U 3

Integration of theory and emergent perspectives and applications in health promotion.  Students will demonstrate their understanding and application through development of a grant proposal.


4470 Teamwork and Leadership in Health Sciences U 3

Gain understanding of leadership and team-building through experience in planed health related activities.



4530 Nutrition for Fitness U 3

Introduction to the basic principles of nutrition as they relate to exercise performance and body composition of athletes and the physically active.

 

4570 The Role of Integrative Medicine U 3

A research-based analysis of the intersection between evidence-based medicine and complementary and alternative approaches to wellness, as defined by the National Institutes of Health.

 

4600S Health after Mid-Life U 3

Study of physical, psychological, and social components of normal aging and chronic disease for optimal aging; open to students interested in career in aging. 

 

4900 Evidence-Based Research in Health Sciences U 3

Overview of evidence-based practice as it applies to health care, including formulating relevant clinical questions, finding and evaluating evidence using effective search techniques, and translating research into practice.

 

4914 Group Education Process in Healthcare U 3

Health care process: Principles of group education and health counseling as applied to responsibilities of the health care practitioner.

 

4950 Program Development and Evaluation for Health Sciences U 3

Exposes the student to practical methods that can be used to develop, and evaluate health services programs in a variety of settings.

 

4998 Undergraduate Research in Health Science U 1-5

Guided research by undergraduate students.

 

4998H Honors Undergraduate Research in Health Science U 1-5

 Guided research by undergraduate honors students.

 

5000 Strategies for Interprofessional Case Management U G 1-3

A problem-focused learning approach to the interprofessional management of complex patients to develop and understanding of the roles and scope of practice of different professions and the impact of a team approach to patient care.

 

5300 Management Principles and Human Resources for Health Care Professionals U G 3

An analysis of the management and human resources processes and its application to the health care setting.

 

5450 Case Studies in Health Sciences U G 3

Experience in evaluating and analyzing case studies in health care and health services emphasizing applied critical thinking, problem solving and decision-making approaches in leadership.

 

5370 U.S. Healthcare Policy and Delivery System U G 3

An examination of healthcare delivery and current issues including history, policy, government regulations, legislation, politics, financing, accessibility, workforce and ethics.

 

5370E U.S. Healthcare Policy and Delivery System U G 3

An examination of healthcare delivery and current issues including history, policy, government regulations, legislation, politics, financing, accessibility, workforce and ethics.

 

5500 Introduction to Pathophysiology U G 4

Fundamental concepts of pathophysiology including etiology, signs, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and complications of major body system disorders.

 

5500E Introduction to Pathophysiology U G 4

Fundamental concepts of pathophysiology including etiology, signs, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and complications of major body system disorders.

 

5510 Pharmacological Aspects of Practice in Health and Rehabilitation Sciences U G 2

Fundamentals of pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, drug law, selected medications and treatment methods utilized by allied health professionals.

 

5550 Survey of Sports Medicine U G 3

Survey of sports medicine for non-professionals.  Topics include the sports medicine team; risk management; and common athletic injuries, their causes, prevention and immediate care.

 

5560 Diabetes Care and Management U G 3

Pathophysiology associated with diabetes, medical treatment, physical activity, and nutrition therapy.

 

5600 Global Aging U G 3

Study of health and well-being of older adults in developed and developing countries and immigrant communities in the United States.

 

5610 Death, Loss, and Greif in Multiple Perspectives U G 2

Exploration of death, loss, and grief from multiple perspectives: patient, family, institutional, community and health care provider.

 

5650 Aging and Public Policy Issues U G 3

Examines major public and social policy issues of aging society, citizen participation in policy processes, and analysis of policy decisions for the aging population in the United States.

               

5660 Long Term Care Services Across the Continuum U G 4

Introduction to long term care continuum, types of services, regulatory requirements, financing, alternatives, and issues of access, housing, challenges to providing quality care.

 

5717.02 Interdisciplinary Perspective on Autism Spectrum Disorder U G 3

Current evident suggests that individuals with ASD require a team of integrated professionals to provide services throughout the lifespan.  This course will provide a broad perspective of ASD and current best practice from a variety of disciplines.

 

5717.03 An Interdisciplinary perspective on Developmental Disorders U G 3

Persons with developmental disabilities may have impairments in multiple areas of functioning.  This course is an advanced overview in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.

 

5880.04 Interprofessional Practicum: Collaboration in Urban Communities U G 3

Students, faculty, and community residents and professionals offer research based solutions to community identified challenges.  Community asset mapping and best practices inform solutions.

 

5900 Health Sciences Research: Interpretation and Applications U G 3

Overview of research in the Health Sciences.  This course is intended to prepare students to be educated consumers of research and to enable them to find, understand, interpret, and apply research findings in their professional practice.

 

5900E Health Sciences Research: Interpretation and Applications U G 3

Overview of research in the Health Sciences.  This course is intended to prepare students to be educated consumers of research and to enable them to find, understand, interpret, and apply research findings in their professional practice.

 

6193 Graduate Independent Studies G 1-3

Guided study of select topics.

 

6795 Introduction to Graduate Studies G 1

Introduce new graduate students to the SAMP graduate school and program through various means.

 

7010 Health Literacy G 2

Examine and analyze issues of low health literacy, including populations at risk, measurement tools, writing in plain language; health communication techniques; and organizational approaches.

 

7100 Introduction to Health & Rehabilitation Science I G 3

Provide students with knowledge concerning rehabilitation concepts relative to integrated healthcare models, physiological concepts of injury and rehabilitation, and neuroscience for health and rehabilitation.

 

7150 Introduction to Health & Rehabilitation Science II G 3

Provide students with knowledge of motor control and motor learning, behavioral and cognitive models for health and rehabilitation, explore the interaction of physical, neuroscience, cognitive and behavioral concepts in health and rehabilitation.

 

7193 PhD Individual Studies G 1-3

Guided study of select topics.

 

7200 Teaching in the Health Sciences G 2

Principles and practices of teaching in the allied health professions; focuses on the application of teaching theory and systematic course construction within the context of allied health teaching and training.

 

7250 Teaching and Curriculum in Health and Rehabilitation Sciences G 3

Provide students with theoretical background and practical training for curriculum planning and teaching in health and rehabilitation sciences; exposure to teaching and curricular policies and procedures will occur.

 

7289 Practicum: Educational G 1-4

Practical experience in an educational setting with the allied health fields.

 

7300 Management and Leadership in Health Sciences G 3

Application of management and leadership principles for the development of administration of allied health departments in the health care system.

 

7350 Issues and Policy in Health Sciences G 3

Allied health professionals must increasingly face many complex issues that affect healthcare.  It is crucial that graduate students be able to critically examine a broad range of issues and understand various positions and their implications.

 

7389 Practicum: Administrative G 1-4

Practical experience in an administrative setting with the allied health fields.

 

7600 Introduction to Aging G 2

Introduction to gerontology including the physiological, psychological, socio-economic, and health care conditions associated with aging.

 

7620 Aging, Accessibility, and Design G 3

Analysis and development of product and residential environment design for an aging population using environmental adjustment theories.  Students apply Universal Design principles to home modifications.

 

7700S Global Health in the Health Professions G 2

Supervised on-site active learning in international health and educational settings focusing on enhancing skills in collaboration, communication, and clinical reasoning.

 

7795 Graduate Seminar G 1-3

​Investigation of current topics of significance to allied health practitioners.

 

7881 Grant Writing Seminar G 3

Seminar encompassing a variety of professional skills in Health and Rehabilitation Sciences Research including ethics, writing, publishing, grantsmanship, tenure.

 

7883 Responsible Conduct of Research G 1

Seminar encompassing a variety of professional skills in Health and Rehabilitation Sciences Research including the process of writing, publishing, and reviewing journal manuscripts; human & animal subjects in research & responsible conduct.

 

7888 Health and Rehabilitation Science Grand Rounds Intro G 1

Students develop skills in analyzing, discussing and synthesizing health and rehabilitation research. Students present their own research and critically appraise faculty research.  Discussion and demonstration of leadership will occur.

 

7900 Evidence Based Practice I: Critical Analysis of Measurement and Diagnostic Tests G 1

Prepares students for evidence-based practice, emphasizing best practices in clinical measurements and interpretation of diagnostic reliability, validity, prediction, and measures of clinically meaningful change.

 

7910 Evidence Based Practice II: Critical Analysis of Intervention Research and Systematic Review G 1

Prepares students for evidence-based practice, emphasizing the processes of critical inquiry and analysis in a multidisciplinary forum.  Scientific literature related to intervention research and systematic reviews will be emphasized.

 

7990 Non Thesis Research G 1-5

Research for Non-Thesis

 

7998 Practicum: Research G 1-4

Practical experience in a research setting with the allied health fields.

 

7999 Thesis Research G 1-5

Research for thesis.

 

8289 PhD Teaching Practicum G 1

Students gain practical, advanced skills in allied health teaching through structured mentoring experiences.

 

8888 Health and Rehabilitation Science Grand Rounds Advanced G 1

Students develop skills in analyzing, discussing and synthesizing health and rehabilitation research.  Students present their own research and critically appraise faculty research.

 

8998 PhD Research Practicum G 1-3

Students gain practical, advanced skills in allied health research through structured research experiences.

 

8999 PhD Research G 1-15

Research for Dissertation.