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1 Community and Environmental Health Deanne Shuman, Chair The School of Community and Environmental Health offers undergraduate, graduate, and certificate programs that lead to careers in health services research, public health, community health, health care administration, environmental health, and occupational safety and health. Additionally, the Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences (B.S.H.S.) and the Master of Public Health offer practicing health care professionals the opportunity to complete their degrees in a distance format. Bachelor of Science in Environmental Health Gary Burgess, Interim Program Director Environmental health is the study and management of factors that adversely affect the environment and the health and well-being of humans. The curriculum in environmental health, which is accredited by the National Environmental Health Science and Protection Accreditation Council, encompasses a variety of disciplines in the preparation of environmental health specialists, industrial hygienists, and occupational safety specialists. Environmental health specialists are responsible for education, consultation, and enforcement relating to local, state and federal laws, regulations, and standards governing the safety and sanitation of air, water, milk, food, solid, hazardous and infectious wastes, sewage, housing, institutional environments, and other health hazards. They are actively involved in the overall environmental quality within a community and prevention of diseases associated with environmental factors. Industrial hygienists conduct health hazard evaluations, perform health effects/risk assessment research, and manage health programs in industries or governmental organizations. They anticipate, recognize, evaluate, control, and eliminate health hazards in industry, the community, or the environment. Occupational safety professionals similarly anticipate, identify and evaluate hazardous conditions and practices in the workplace. They develop, implement, administer, measure and evaluate the effectiveness of hazard control programs. The program requires six credit hours of field practice or internship within an environmental health setting, either a governmental or industrial site. A variety of internship sites are available in the Hampton Roads area for these experiences. Internship sites elsewhere in the state, nation, or world can also be arranged if desired. Internships are typically taken the summer between the junior and senior year. Students are responsible for providing their own transportation to these sites. Upon graduation, students are eligible to sit for the professional licensing examination in environmental health. With experience, students are eligible to take the certification examination in industrial hygiene and/or occupational safety. A broad spectrum of employment opportunities is available to graduates whose employment success has been outstanding. Graduates have found positions in local, state, and federal health and environmental agencies such as the FDA, USDA, EPA, OSHA, NASA, and DOD. Many work in hospitals, industries, insurance companies, laboratories, consulting firms, waste and wastewater plants, and other organizations, agencies and firms. Students may be admitted to the program on the satisfactory completion of 60 semester hours of recommended study of required prerequisite courses and with the approval of the program director. Applications to the program, including all materials, must be submitted no later than February 1 for consideration for admission the following fall. Exemptions may be appealed through the program director. Students who fail to meet the established deadline for formal admission will usually be allowed to take environmental health courses if space is available; however, permission must be granted by the program director prior to registration. Requirements Written Communication ENGL 110C ENGL 21C Oral Communication English Composition (grade of C or better required) Introduction to Technical Writing (grade of C or better required) * COMM 101R Public Speaking * Mathematics STAT 10M Elementary Statistics * MATH 162M Precalculus I * Information Literacy and Research ** Human Creativity Interpreting the Past Literature Philosophy and Ethics *** 0- The Nature of Science 12 Select one of the following sequences: BIOL 110N & BIOL 111N and BIOL 117N & BIOL 118N BIOL 121N & BIOL 122N and BIOL 12N & BIOL 12N Environmental Sciences and Environmental Sciences Lab Introduction to Human Biology and Introduction to Human Biology Lab General Biology I and General Biology I Lab General Biology II and General Biology II Lab Select one of the following: PHYS 101N Conceptual Physics * PHYS 102N Conceptual Physics * PHYS 111N Introductory General Physics * PHYS 112N Introductory General Physics * PHYS 21N University Physics * PHYS 22N University Physics * Human Behavior Impact of Technology (upper-division T course outside the College of Health Sciences) Departmental Requirements BIOL 10 Basic Bacteriology * BIOL 250 Human Anatomy and Physiology I * CHEM 121N & CHEM 122N CHEM 12N & CHEM 12N CHEM 211 & CHEM 212 Foundations of Chemistry I Lecture and Foundations of Chemistry I Laboratory * Foundations of Chemistry II Lecture and Foundations of Chemistry II Laboratory * Organic Chemistry Lecture and Organic Chemistry Laboratory * 5 CHEM 21 Organic Chemistry Lecture * Major Requirements 7 ENVH 01W Environmental Health **** ENVH 01 ENVH 02W Occupational Health Environmental Health and Law **** Old Dominion University 1

2 ENVH 0 & ENVH 0 or ENVH 05 ENVH 06 ENVH 20 ENVH 22 ENVH 1 ENVH ENVH 8 ENVH 66 ENVH 99 Environmental Health Internship I and Environmental Health Internship II Environmental Health Internship III Principles of Occupational Safety and Health Communicable Diseases and Their Control Water and Wastewater Technology Industrial Hygiene Principles of Toxicology Epidemiology and Biostatistics Environmental Risk Assessment and Decision Analysis Environmental Health Senior Seminar ENVH Electives ***** 12-1 Total Hours * Must be completed prior to acceptance into the Environmental Health program. ** HLTH 120G preferred. *** PHIL 5E preferred. **** Grade of C or better required in one of the writing intensive courses ***** Consult with advisor for areas of specialization. Elective Credit Elective credit may be needed to meet the minimum requirement of 120 credit hours. Option A. Approved Disciplinary Minor, 12-2 hours minimum; also second degree or second major. Option B. Interdisciplinary Minor (specifically 12 hours, of which may be in the major) Option C. International Business and Regional Courses or an approved Certification Program such as teaching licensure Option D. Two Upper-Division Courses from outside the College of Health Sciences and not required by the major (6 hours) Requirements for graduation include a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.00 overall and in the major, minimum 120 credit hours, which must include both a minimum of 0 credit hours overall and 12 credit hours in upper-level courses in the major program from Old Dominion University, completion of ENGL 110C, ENGL 211C or 221C or 21C and the writing intensive (W) course in the major with a grade of C or better, and completion of Senior Assessment. Minor in Environmental Health A minor in environmental health requires a minimum of 12 semester hours of environmental health courses. Minor course requirements include ENVH 01W and three electives from the environmental health courses approved by the program director. For completion of the minor, students must have a minimum overall cumulative grade point average of 2.00 in all courses required for the minor exclusive of prerequisite courses and complete a minimum of six hours in upper-level courses in the minor requirement through courses offered by Old Dominion University. Twelve semester hours of science courses are preferred. Interdisciplinary Minor-Environmental Issues and To be named, Coordinator Continuing environmental degradation is a worldwide problem threatening the quality of life and its viability. The problem can only be understood and addressed by drawing upon the resources of multidisciplinary approaches. The multidisciplinary perspective center of this minor focuses on the human dimensions of the human-environment equation and includes geographical and ecological approaches, scientific and technological methodologies, 2 Community and Environmental Health planning and public policy issues, and ethical, political, economic, and legal considerations. Course options are as follows: CEE 50 Environmental Pollution and Control CEE 58 Sustainable Development ECON 5 Health Economics: A Global Perspective ECON 7W Natural Resource and Environmental Economics ENVH 01W Environmental Health ENVH 02W Environmental Health and Law ENVH 20 Communicable Diseases and Their Control ENVH 21 Food Safety ENVH 22 Water and Wastewater Technology GEOG 05 World Resources GEOG 06T Hazards: Natural and Technological GEOG 00W Seminar in Geography GEOG 20 Marine Geography GEOG 22W Coastal Geography OEAS 02 Environmental Geology OEAS 10 Global Earth Systems PAS 00 Foundations of Public Service PHIL E Environmental Ethics PHIL 5E Bioethics POLS 00 Introduction to Public Policy POLS 5 Environmental Politics POLS 01 Global Environmental Policy PRTS 05 Outdoor Recreation SOC 09 Population and Society SOC 20 Social Inequality SOC 25 Social Welfare SOC 0 Sociology of Health and Wellbeing SOC/CRJS Community Justice The interdisciplinary minor in environmental issues and management requires 12 credit hours of 00/00-level courses selected from at least two different disciplines with a maximum of six credits from any one discipline. For completion of the interdisciplinary minor, students must have a minimum overall cumulative grade point average of 2.00 in all courses required for the minor exclusive of lower-level courses and prerequisite courses. At least six hours of upper-level courses must be taken through courses offered by Old Dominion University. Three credit hours may be in the major, if a major course is listed as an option for the interdisciplinary minor. As such, it will be credited toward both the major and the interdisciplinary minor. Linked Program-Bachelor of Science in Environmental Health (B.S.E.H.) to M.S. in Community Health B.S.E.H. students who have a.00 GPA and have senior standing may apply for acceptance into the B.S.E.H. to Master of Science in community health linked program. This program allows gifted undergraduate B.S.E.H. students the opportunity to take up to 12 semester hours of graduate course work and apply them to both degrees. Other restrictions apply. Students in the linked program must earn a minimum of 150 credit hours (120 for the undergraduate degree and 0 for the graduate degree). Consult with the B.S.E.H. program director for more information.

3 Linked Program-Bachelor of Science in Environmental Health (B.S.E.H.) to Master of Public Health B.S.E.H. students who have a.00 GPA and have senior standing may apply for acceptance into the B.S.E.H. to Master of Public Health linked program. This program allows gifted undergraduate B.S.E.H. students the opportunity to take up to 12 semester hours of graduate course work and apply them to both degrees. Other restrictions apply. Students in the linked program must earn a minimum of 150 credit hours (120 for the undergraduate degree and 0 for the graduate degree). Consult with the B.S.E.H. program director for more information. Minor in Occupational Safety A minor in occupational safety is available in the environmental health program and requires a minimum of 12 semester hours of ENVH courses in safety. The minor in occupational safety is designed to prepare students to meet safety standards and guidelines in such areas as business, education and industry with the goal of managing operations to minimize financial losses resulting from accidents, health claims, legal actions and property damage. It is especially attractive to students in majors such as engineering, occupational and technical studies, and business who may reasonably anticipate assignment of safety as an additional duty. Minor course requirements include: ENVH 06 Principles of Occupational Safety and Health ENVH 07 ENVH 25 Occupational Safety Standards, Laws and Regulations Occupational Safety and Health Program ENVH 26 Physical Hazards and Their Control Total Hours 12 For completion of the minor students must have a minimum overall cumulative grade point average of 2.00 in all courses required for the minor exclusive of prerequisite courses and complete a minimum of six hours in upper-level courses in the minor requirement through courses offered by Old Dominion University. Certificate in Occupational Safety The certificate program in occupational safety is designed to prepare students to meet safety standards and guidelines in such areas as business, education and industry with the goal of managing operations to minimize financial losses resulting from accidents, health claims, legal actions and property damage. It is especially attractive to students in majors such as engineering, occupational and technical studies, and business who may reasonably anticipate assignment of safety as an additional duty, or to individuals already employed in the environmental health and safety field. Courses taken in the certificate program may be applied to degree requirements at both the undergraduate and graduate levels in environmental health. For completion of the undergraduate certificate program students must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.00 (.00 for the graduate certificate) in all courses taken toward the certificate. After successful completion of the program, a Certificate in Occupational Safety will be awarded. A total of semester hours is required comprised of three core courses and six to seven hours of electives. Core courses include: ENVH 06/506 Principles of Occupational Safety and Health ENVH 07/507 ENVH 25/525 Occupational Safety Standards, Laws and Regulations Occupational Safety and Health Program Electives may be selected from the following: 6-7 ENVH 01/501 ENVH 26/526 Occupational Health Physical Hazards and Their Control ENVH 0/50 ENVH 1/51 ENVH 2/52 ENVH 6/56 NMED 5 Principles of Ergonomics Industrial Hygiene Sampling and Analysis Laboratory Physical Hazards Laboratory Radiation Health -16 There are no prerequisites. Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences (B.S.H.S.) Jacqueline E. Sharpe, Program Director The Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences (B.S.H.S.) degree allows students to choose from the following concentrations: 1. The public health concentration 2. The health services administration concentration. The health services administration concentration for those students with licensure or certification Public Health Concentration According to the American Public Health Association (APHA), "Public health protects individuals, families and communities from serious health threats ranging from diabetes to bird flu that are often times preventable." The public health profession provides essential services that allow successful tracking of the spread of chronic and communicable diseases, provide needed community health education, and detect health problems in newborns. Public health professionals strive to improve society's quality of life. Public health officials have many responsibilities and work to increase access to healthcare, reduce substance abuse and control infectious diseases in human populations. A public health undergraduate concentration is preferred to begin a career as a public health professional. Earning a degree with a public health concentration qualifies an individual for entrylevel positions in fields such as health services administration, epidemiology, and health promotion. The purpose of the concentration in public health is to provide students the necessary skills to enter the public health profession. Public health is a rapidly expanding profession and is critical to the current workforce shortage and vital to global health. Applicants for admission to the health sciences degree program with a concentration in public health must initially apply to the Office of s of Old Dominion University. Students cannot be accepted into the B.S.H.S. public health program without first being admitted to the university. to the University does not constitute admission to the B.S.H.S. public health program. Students are eligible to apply to the B.S.H.S. concentration in the spring semester of their sophomore year after completion of the prerequisite courses with at least a grade of C. Completion of prerequisite courses prior to starting the B.S.H.S. public health program in the fall is required. Students must be accepted to the program before enrolling in any 00 or 00 level required course. Applications must be received by February 1 for admission the following fall. to the program is determined by the Program Director. A minimum grade point average of.00 or higher makes an applicant more competitive. Applicants will be formally notified of admission status in April and be advised by the program director or designee. Students not admitted will receive notice and should pursue academic advising at the College of Health Sciences Academic Advising Center. Regarding transfer students who have taken prerequisite courses at another university, any course desired to transfer must be evaluated the Old Dominion University Office of Transfer Evaluation Services. Transfer Evaluation Services must document that the course will transfer to satisfy program application requirements. Old Dominion University

4 Written Communication (grade of C or better required in both courses) Oral Communication * 0- Mathematics (MATH 162 and STAT 10M required) 6 Information Literacy and Research Human Creativity Interpreting the Past Literature Philosophy and Ethics ** 0- The Nature of Science (BIOL 121N/BIOL 122N and BIOL 12N/ BIOL 12N required) Human Behavior ***** Impact of Technology *** 0- Total Hours 5-50 * Can be satisfied in the major with CHP 00, CHP 50, and CHP 15W or CHP 0W. ** Can be satisfied in the major with CHP 00. *** Can be satisfied in the major with CHP 85. Prerequisites BIOL 121N/BIOL 122N and BIOL 12N/BIOL 12N, CHP 200, ENGL 110C, MATH 162M, STAT 10M, and a minimum of 18 credits from the scientific requirements must be completed with at least a 2.0 average in all courses taken from this area prior to starting the B.S.H.S. public health major concentration courses. Scientific Foundations Requirements Students must complete 6 credit hours of the scientific foundation. Eighteen credit hours must be completed prior to admission to the program. Once accepted, students will be allowed to continue in the public health concentration. (Thirty-six credit hours must be selected from the courses listed below). BIOL 10 Basic Bacteriology or BIOL 0 Genetics BIOL 250 Human Anatomy and Physiology I BIOL 251 Human Anatomy and Physiology II BIOL 29 Cell Biology BIOL 15 General Microbiology 5 CHEM 121N & CHEM 122N CHEM 12N & CHEM 12N CHEM 211 & CHEM 212 CHEM 21 & CHEM 21 Foundations of Chemistry I Lecture and Foundations of Chemistry I Laboratory Foundations of Chemistry II Lecture and Foundations of Chemistry II Laboratory Organic Chemistry Lecture and Organic Chemistry Laboratory Organic Chemistry Lecture and Organic Chemistry Laboratory CHEM 1 Biochemistry Lecture PHYS 111N Introductory General Physics or PHYS 101N Conceptual Physics PHYS 112N Introductory General Physics or PHYS 102N Conceptual Physics MATH 16 Precalculus II MATH 211 & MATH 212 or MATH 200 Calculus I and Calculus II Calculus for Business and Economics MATH 212 Calculus II MEDT 07 & MEDT 08 Clinical Methods in Microbiology and Clinical Microbiology CYTO 0 General Pathology CYTO 07 Clinical Histology MEDT 10 & MEDT 1 MEDT 9 & MEDT 0 Urinalysis and Body Fluids and Diagnostic Methods in Urinalysis Medical Parasitology and Mycology Laboratory and Medical Parasitology, Mycology, and Virology PSYC 201S Introduction to Psychology or SOC 201S Introduction to Sociology PHYS 21N University Physics PHYS 22N University Physics PSYC 20S Lifespan Development Major Course Requirements Eighteen credit hours are to be completed from the courses listed below: CHP 60 Introduction to Global Health CHP 67 Internship for Public Health CHP 5 Health Services Research CHP 50 Public and Community Health CHP 61 Managerial Epidemiology CHP 65 Policy and Politics of Health ENVH 01W Environmental Health ENVH 8 Epidemiology and Biostatistics Choose two major electives below: CHP 18 Principles of Nutrition CHP 00 Ethics in Health CHP 15W Critical Issues in Public/Community Health CHP 20 Foundations of Gerontology CHP 0W Community Health Resources and Health Promotion CHP 80 Health Ethics and the Law NMED 00 Medical Terminology ENVH 20 Communicable Diseases and Their Control Option A. Approved Disciplinary Minor, 12 hours minimum; also second degree or second major. Option B. Interdisciplinary Minor (specifically 12 hours, of which may be in the major) Option C. International Business and Regional Courses or an approved Certification Program such as teaching licensure Option D. Two Upper-Division Courses from outside the College of Health Sciences and not required by the major (6 hours) Electives Elective credits will be needed to achieve the minimum 120 credit hours required for the degree. Graduation Requirements Completion of a minimum of 120 semester credit hours, which must include both a minimum of 0 credit hours overall and 12 credit hours in upper-level courses in the major program from Old Dominion University. Completion of ENGL 110C, ENGL 211C, or ENGL 221C, or ENGL 21C, and the writing intensive (W) course in the major with a grade of C or better. Completion of Senior Assessment (during last semester). Minimum grade point average of 2.0 overall and in the major. 2 2 Community and Environmental Health

5 Linked Program Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences (B.S.H.S.) to Master of Public Health This program allows B.S.H.S. students who have the required GPA the opportunity to take up to 12 semester hours of graduate course work and apply them to both degrees. The student must be admitted into the undergraduate program. B.S.H.S. students must have their major declared, have senior standing, and a.00 or higher GPA from each institution attended. Other restrictions apply. Students in the linked program must earn a minimum of 150 credit hours (120 for the undergraduate degree and 0 for the graduate degree). Consult with the B.S.H.S. program director for more information. Health Services Concentration The Health Services concentration in the Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences (B.S.H.S.) degree enables those new to health services administration to gain the knowledge and ability to function in inpatient hospitals, ambulatory clinics/services, wellness/fitness centers, physician practices, skilled nursing centers/homes, retirement communities, assisted living facilities, home health agencies, and public health departments/ community health centers. Applicants for admission to the program must first be admitted to Old Dominion University prior to completing an application to the B.S.H.S. program. to ODU does not guarantee admission into the B.S.H.S. program. Completion of prerequisite courses prior to starting the B.S.H.S. health services administration program in the fall is required. applications must be received no later than February 1 for admission in the fall semester. to the program is determined by the Program Director. Incomplete packages will not be reviewed. A minimum grade point average of.00 or higher makes an applicant more competitive. Applicants will be formally notified of admission status in April and be advised by the program director. Students not admitted will receive notice and should pursue academic advising at the College of Health Sciences Academic Advising Center. Regarding transfer students who have taken prerequisite courses at another university, any course desired to transfer must be evaluated by the Old Dominion University Office of Transfer Evaluation Services. Transfer Evaluation Services must document that the course will transfer to satisfy program application requirements. Written Communication (grade of C or better required in both courses) Oral Communication * 0- Mathematics (STAT 10M required) Information Literacy and Research Human Creativity Interpreting the Past Literature Philosophy and Ethics ** 0- The Nature of Science 8 Human Behavior Impact of Technology *** 0- Total Hours 2-7 * Can be satisfied in the major with CHP 00, CHP 50, and CHP 15W or CHP 0W. ** Can be satisfied in the major with CHP 00. *** Can be satisfied in the major with CHP Prerequisites Completion of lower division general education courses and the following with at least a C grade is required prior to starting the B.S.H.S. health services administration concentration courses. CHP 200 Principles of Public Health CHP 28 Public Health Science CHP 5 Population Health CHP 90 The U.S. Healthcare Delivery System Total Hours 12 Major Requirements Students must complete the general education and prerequisite courses with a grade of C or higher and be admitted to the program by the Program Director prior to starting the B.S.H.S. health services administration concentration courses. CHP 15W or CHP 0W Critical Issues in Public/Community Health * Community Health Resources and Health Promotion * CHP 0 Finance and Budgeting in Healthcare CHP 5 Health Services Research ** CHP 50 Public and Community Health CHP 61 Managerial Epidemiology ** CHP 68 Internship CHP 80 Health Ethics and the Law CHP elective (with approval of the program director) Total Hours 25 Health Services Concentration Electives MGMT 25 Contemporary Organizations and Select four MGMT electives from the following: 12 MGMT 0 MGMT 50 MGMT 60 MGMT 17 MGMT 18 MGMT 51 MGMT 52 MGMT 62 Human Resources Employee Relations Problems and Practices Labor Relations Employment Law Advanced Human Resources : Contemporary Issues Organizational Behavior Organization Development Comparative International * C or better required ** Prerequisite: STAT 10M Upper-division general education requirements are satisfied through program-required courses in both the major requirements and the electives. Students have the option to complete a management minor. Electives Elective credits will be needed to achieve the minimum 120 credit hours required for the degree. Graduation Requirements Requirements for graduation include a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.00 overall and in the major, a minimum of 120 credit hours, which must include both a minimum of 0 credit hours overall and 12 credit hours in upper-level courses in the major program from Old Dominion University, completion of ENGL 110C, ENGL 211C or ENGL 221C, or Old Dominion University 5

6 ENGL 21C, and the writing intensive (W) course in the major with a grade of C or better, and completion of Senior Assessment. Health Services Concentration for Students with Licensure or Certification The concentration with licensure or certification is online and designed to offer advanced educational experiences to already practicing health professionals. This program builds upon the expertise of practicing health professionals and allows them the opportunity to enhance their formal learning. Applicants to the B.S.H.S. program should apply first to the Office of s, Old Dominion University. Students cannot be accepted to the B.S.H.S. program without first being admitted to ODU. to ODU does not guarantee admission to the B.S.H.S. program. Requirements for admission include an associate degree or completion of a program with an ODU articulation agreement. applications must be received no later than October 1 for admission in the following spring semester. applications must be received no later than February 1 for admission in the following fall semester. Incomplete packages will not be reviewed. to the program is determined by the Program Director. A minimum grade point average of.00 or higher makes an applicant more competitive. Applicants will be formally notified of admission status in December and April, respectfully, and be advised by the Program Director. Students not admitted will receive notice and should pursue academic advising at the College of Health Sciences Academic Advising Center. Written Communication (grade of C or better required in both courses) Oral Communication * 0- Mathematics (STAT 10M required) Information Literacy and Research Human Creativity Interpreting the Past Literature Philosophy and Ethics ** 0- The Nature of Science 8 Human Behavior Impact of Technology *** 0- Total Hours 2-7 * Can be satisfied in the major with CHP 00, CHP 50, and CHP 15W or CHP 0W. ** Can be satisfied in the major with CHP 00. *** Can be satisfied in the major with CHP 85. Professional Electives for Students with Licensure, A.A.S. Degree and/or Certification Current licensure as a health professional, an Associate of Applied Science degree, and/or certification will be used toward satisfying the professional elective requirements. A minimum of 15 professional elective credits will be awarded; the number of credits is determined by training hours completed. Certification refers to the passing of an exam upon completion of an educational program to demonstrate competency in a chosen profession. The following programs are some that have been accepted: Radiation Technology, Nursing, Occupational Therapy Assistant, Dental Hygiene, Emergency Medical Technology, Respiratory Therapy, and Physical Therapy Assistant. Consult the Program Director for specific information as additional programs may be considered. Major Requirements CHP 68 Internship 6 CHP 15W or CHP 0W Critical Issues in Public/Community Health Community Health Resources and Health Promotion Three additional upper-level CHP courses (9 credits) are required with advisor approval Students must select a minor in management or a minor in human services. Minor MGMT 25 Contemporary Organizations and Select four MGMT electives from the following: 12 MGMT 0 MGMT 50 MGMT 60 MGMT 17 MGMT 18 MGMT 51 MGMT 52 MGMT 62 Human Resources Employee Relations Problems and Practices Labor Relations Employment Law Advanced Human Resources : Contemporary Issues Organizational Behavior Organization Development Comparative International Some management courses are not available in online format. With the approval of the Program Director, a student may substitute one CHP course for a MGMT course to meet graduation requirements. Human Services Minor HMSV 9 Interpersonal Relations HMSV 1 Introduction to Human Services HMSV W Human Services Methods HMSV 6 Diversity Issues in Human Services Select one course from the following: HMSV HMSV 7 HMSV 8 HMSV 9 HMSV 91 Career Development and Appraisal Introduction to Substance Abuse Interventions and Advocacy with Children Theory and Practice of Prevention in Human Services Family Guidance Upper-division general education requirements are satisfied through program-required courses in either the minor in management or the minor in human services. Electives Elective credits will be needed to achieve the minimum 120 hours required for the degree. Graduation Requirements Requirements for graduation include a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.00 overall and in the major, a minimum 120 credit hours, which must include both a minimum of 0 credit hours overall and 12 credit hours in upper-level courses in the major program from Old Dominion University, completion of ENGL 110C, ENGL 211C, or ENGL 221C, or ENGL 21C, and the writing intensive (W) course in the major with a grade of C or better, and completion of Senior Assessment. Minor in Community Health An undergraduate minor in community health can be obtained by the completion of 12 credit hours from the following courses: CHP 18 Principles of Nutrition 9 6 Community and Environmental Health

7 CHP 28 Public Health Science CHP 5 Population Health CHP 60 Introduction to Global Health CHP 90 The U.S. Healthcare Delivery System CHP 00 Ethics in Health CHP 15W Critical Issues in Public/Community Health CHP 20 Foundations of Gerontology CHP 25 Health Aspects of Aging CHP 26 Skills in Health Services I 1- CHP 27 Skills in Health Services II 1- CHP 0W Community Health Resources and Health Promotion CHP 0 Finance and Budgeting in Healthcare CHP 5 Health Services Research CHP 50 CHP 55 Public and Community Health Interpersonal and Counseling Skills for Health Professionals CHP 56 Substance Use and Abuse CHP 65 Policy and Politics of Health CHP 70 Death, Dying and Survivorship CHP 75 Healthcare Marketing CHP 80 Health Ethics and the Law CHP 85 Health Informatics One of the following may be substituted for one CHP course: DNTH 15 ENVH 01W ENVH 01 MEDT 0W NMED 00 Research Methods in the Health Sciences Environmental Health Occupational Health in the Clinical Setting Medical Terminology Specific information on the ophthalmic technology program can be found in the School of Medical Diagnostic and Translational Sciences section of this Catalog. For completion of the minor, a student must have a minimum overall cumulative grade point average of 2.00 in all courses required for the minor exclusive of prerequisite courses and complete a minimum of six hours in upper-level courses in the minor requirement through courses offered by Old Dominion University. Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences (B.S.H.S.) Specialty Concentrations Through special agreements and curriculum design, courses for the certificate program in cytotechnology, offered by the School of Medical Diagnostic and Translational Sciences, may be applied as a specialty concentration in the Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences. The concentration can be found in the School of Medical Diagnostic and Translational Sciences section of this Catalog. Students pursuing cytotechnology who already have baccalaureate degrees from accredited institutions may opt for a certificate in this program rather than a second baccalaureate degree. Cytotechnology Concentration in the B.S.H.S. Sophie K. Thompson, Program Director This concentration is available to students who complete the requirements for the B.S.H.S. degree. Specific information on the cytotechnology program can be found in the School of Medical Diagnostic and Translational Sciences section of this Catalog. Ophthalmic Technology Concentration in the B.S.H.S. Lori J. Wood, Program Director Old Dominion University 7

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