Health Science (HSC)

HSC 505. Interprofessional Community-Based Service Learning Seminar: Age-Related (HSC 205).1 Credit.

This course has an 8-10 hour community experience component, during which the student is able to observe and apply the concepts of wellness and safety education and program implementation in a community-based service setting with various age groups. The community experience is supervised by faculty with expertise in the analysis of community-based practice and the focus of learning activities for students to be engaged as active learners.

Offered: Every year, Summer

HSC 506. Interprofessional Community-Based Service Learning Seminar: International (HSC 206).1 Credit.

This seminar course includes 8-10 hours of community experience, during which the student is able to observe and apply the concepts of wellness and safety education and program implementation in a community-based service setting. The community experience is supervised by faculty with expertise in the analysis of community-based practice and the focus of learning activities for students to be engaged as active learners. This community component provides both lecture/discussion and service learning related to the impact working with population health in the community abroad. The classroom/service learning schedules will be determined.

Offered: Every year, January and Summer

HSC 507. Interprofessional Community-Based Service Learning Seminar: Special Populations (HSC 207).1-2 Credits.

This seminar course includes 8-10 hours of community experience, during which the student is able to observe and apply the concepts of educating an at-risk population on improving health and wellness and program implementation in a community-based service setting. The community experience is supervised by faculty with expertise in the analysis of community-based practice and the focus of learning activities for students to be engaged as active learners. This community component provides both lecture/discussion and service learning related to the impact working with population health in the local community. The classroom/service learning schedules will be determined.

Offered: Every year, Fall and Summer