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Interdisciplinary Studies (BS): Health Administration Minor


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The Bachelor of Science, Interdisciplinary Studies (BS, IDS) degree program is designed to provide students with opportunities to study within and across academic disciplines, as well as offer enriching and integrated learning experiences. The experiences and insights gained in Interdisciplinary Studies may assist students to further a number of their personal, professional, and academic goals. For more information about the overall requirements of the program and/or other approved minors, please go to the IDS page .

Students who would like to pursue the Bachelor of Science, IDS must have at least 42 or more credits available in minor subject areas at SJC, above and beyond General Education requirements. *Students who do not meet this requirement can complete one minor and the two required IDS courses.* Requirements for completing the program are described below.

Requirements for the Bachelor of Science, IDS
Requirements Notes
  • Complete two of the approved minors (minimum of 36 credits).
Up to two-courses transferred from another college (6 credits) can be applied to each minor requirement.
Students can take the foundational course after they successfully complete College Writing.  The capstone course is taken after at least 112 credits have been completed.
  • Meet all other degree requirements, including the completion of General Education courses.
 


IDS, Health Administration Minor

The Health Administration minor provides students with the foundational education needed to be an effective member of a healthcare organization. The courses provide the framework for growth and success in the field. As healthcare systems continue to grow more complex, these courses provide the context needed to work effectively in a variety of healthcare settings.

Program outcomes are as follows: 

  • Acquire various bodies of knowledge and competencies, and deepen insight within and across academic disciplines.
  • Demonstrate critical writing, thinking, calculating, and communication proficiencies.
  • Critique and integrate varying worldviews across fields of study.
  • Understand the foundation of ethcial and professional standards, including those specific to areas of study.
  • Develop a foundation for lifelong learning.
  • Obtain the credential or degree needed to advance or enter professional careers. 

General Education Requirements


(45 semester-hour credits)

English Composition 6 credits
Social Science 6 credits
Science 6 credits
History 6 credits
Philosophy 3 credits
Theology 3 credits
Ethics (PH 210) 3 credits
Mathematics 3 credits
Statistics (MA 205) 3 credits
Humanities 6 credits (to include selections from the arts, literature, foreign languages, philosophy, theology, or history)

 

Interdisciplinary Studies (BS) Requirements


General Elective Courses


Additional courses (electives) to complete the required 128 semester-hour credits may be selected from any of the course offerings described in the catalog.

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