Geriatric Health and Wellness Track

Graduates of the Geriatric Health and Wellness Track will fill the need in our state for the jobs the aging population will require. Employees of assisted living facilities, nursing homes, hospitals, clinics and alliances will be the focus. This Track serves as a pre-professional degree preparing graduates for entry into graduate programs in the health professions or for advancement within the professional segment.

  • Minimum 120 credits required for Bachelor Degree
  • No more than 27 credits in total from College of Business

Professional Studies Core | 27 credits

Business | Choose three of the following

  • ‌BU 201 Organization Management
  • BU 202 Organizational Behavior
  • BU 203 Cross-Cultural Relations
  • IS 272 Dynamics of Information Technology
  • MK 201 Principles of Marketing

Communications | Choose three of the following

  • BU 221 Business Communications (Writing)
  • CM 101 Intro to Media Culture
  • CM 102 Intro to Media Production
  • CM 126 History of Advertising and Public Relations
  • CM 211 News Writing & Reporting
  • CM 227 Advertising & Public Relations Practical Application
  • CM 254 Media & Democracy

Computer Science | Choose three of the following

  • CS 100/106 Introduction to Information Technology
  • CS 101 Web Design and Visual Tools
  • CS 104 Digital Animation and Gaming
  • CS 232 Human Computer Interaction
  • AR 114 Digital Design Basics
  • AR 225 Design for the Web

Geriatric Health & Wellness Track | 15 credits

  • GW 201 Health and Wellness in Later Life
  • GW 203 Chronic Illness and Frailty in Later Life
  • HS 301 Spirituality in Health Care
  • HS 310 Human Growth & Development
  • PH 212 Practical Logic
  • PH 241 Psychology of Personality
  • PH 258 Medical Ethics
  • PS 274 Adult Development
  • PS 295 Health Psychology
  • PS 335 Human & Animal Learning
  • RS 260 Bioethics Religious Approach
  • RS 281 Religions, Health and Healing
  • SO 254 Society & Economic Change