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Health Sciences

Health science courses are concerned with fundamental issues in human health and disease and are, therefore, interdisciplinary in both scope and content. They have been designed not only for students anticipating careers in medicine, dentistry, nursing, public health, pharmacy, social work, medical technology, physical therapy, cytotechnology, and numerous other health care professions and services, but for all students interested in individual and community health, the clinical and paramedical arts, and the biomedical sciences. Health sciences courses are listed under two designations: 1) Allied Health: Health Sciences; 2) other disciplines.

Health Sciences Courses

Allied Health: Health Sciences

  • AHHS 191 Special Topics
  • AHHS 201 Living Well: Health and Disability
  • AHHS 291 Special Topics
  • AHHS 320 American Indian Health Issues
  • AHHS 325 Introduction to Gerontology
  • AHHS 327 Montana Gerontology Society Meeting
  • AHHS 389 Recent Advances in Clinical Medicine
  • AHHS 390 Research
  • AHHS 391 Special Topics
  • AHHS 394 Medical Preparation and Overview
  • AHHS 395 Geriatric Practicum
  • AHHS 420 Geriatric Health Issues
  • AHHS 430 Health Aspects of Aging
  • AHHS 440 Psychosocial Aspects of Illness and Disability in Older Persons
  • AHHS 490 Research
  • AHHS 491 Special Topics

Anthropology

  • ANTY 211 Anthropological Genetics
  • ANTY 227 Human Sexuality
  • ANTY 333 Culture and Population
  • ANTY 426 Culture, Health and Healing

Economics

  • ECNS 310 Health Economics

Health and Human Performance

  • HEE 110 Personal Health and Wellness
  • NUTR 221N Nutrition

Microbiology

  • BIOM 250N Elementary Microbiology
  • BIOM 251 Elementary Microbiology Laboratory
  • BIOM 400 Medical Microbiology

Native American Studies

  • NASX 388 Native American Health and Healing

Social Work

  • SW 423 Addiction Studies
  • SW 455 Social Gerontology

Pharmacy

  • PHAR 110N Use and Abuse of Drugs
  • PHAR 145N Intro to Cancer Biology
  • PHAR 320 American Indian Health Issues

Philosophy

  • PHL 321E Philosophy and Biomedical Ethics