Areas of Concentration
Courses in the Applied Health Sciences programs are grouped into three Areas of Concentration. Students must complete two courses in their chosen area of concentration.
Determinants of Health and Health Equity
Recognize the ways in which individual, familial and community well-being is shaped by social, cultural and environmental conditions. Understand how these factors intersect and influence how people are born, grow up, live, work and age.
Health Across the Lifespan
Understand the influence of age on individual's health and well-being and how health-care systems can be optimized to meet the needs of people throughout their lifespan. Apply knowledge of the complex interactions of age, from early childhood to older adulthood, to improve health outcomes for individuals
Health Leadership: Toward Enhancing Health Services, Systems and Policy
Demonstrate and encourage leadership in various health care settings and across institutions. Learners become better equipped to identify opportunity for growth, and adapt to and lead changes.