Get your B.S. in Care, Health & Society
About the Major
Do you want to learn more about the health professions and the social dimensions of health care? Housed in the School of Sociology, the inter-professional Care, Health & Society major will prepare you for a variety of health-related professions.
Address persistent population health issues and barriers to healthcare delivery
Navigate ethical dilemmas in health care delivery
Obtain analytical, organizational, and advocacy skills for helping professions
If you plan to pursue a career in medicine, public health, nursing, or another health profession, this major will train you in the essential social dimensions of healthcare.
- Community health professional
- Social and health service manager
- Hospital administrator
- Nursing home administrator
- Child life specialist
- Occupational therapist
- Respiratory therapist
This interdisciplinary degree incorporates courses from the social sciences, science, and humanities. A fully-online option is also available.
Sample courses include:
- CHS 204: Introduction to the Helping Professions
- CHS 309: Ethical Issues in the Helping Professions
- CHS 401: Health Disparities in Society
- CHS 426: Health Care Fraud and Compliance Investigation
- CHS 476: Research Methods and Analysis of Health Data