Interdisciplinary Studies Minor

 Interdisciplinary Studies Minor 

An Interdisciplinary Studies Minor offers students the opportunity to choose a combination of courses that are relevant to meeting their professional goals and enhancing learning beyond their chosen major. Students are encouraged to work with their academic advisor to select courses concentrated in their area of interest.

Requirements

  • Completion of the minor requires a minimum of 15 credit hours from the specified list of courses
    • Included in these 15 credit hours is HSC 360 Interdisciplinary Seminar (1 credit hour) which is required of all students
    • No more than 7 transfer credit hours can be applied to the minor
    • If a course is required in a student’s declared major, it cannot also apply toward the minor
  • Courses may be taken concurrently with the degree requirements, assuming there is no scheduling conflict

   All minor courses must be completed prior to graduation

   The Interdisciplinary Studies Minor cannot be awarded without the completion of a Bachelor’s Degree from Baptist College of Health Sciences

Course Number

Course Name

Credit hours

Required Course

 

 

HSC 360

Interdisciplinary Seminar Course

1

Course options

AHS 202

Medical Terminology

2

BIO 110

General Biology I

4

BIO 120

General Biology II

4

BIO 205

Microbiology

4

BIO 301

Pathophysiology

3

BIO 315

Applied and Environmental Microbiology

4

BIO 320

Cross Sectional Anatomy

2

BIO 340

Histology

4

BIO 350

Genetics

3

BIO 360

Applied Anatomy & Physiology

3

BIO 370

Infectious Diseases

2

BIO 390

Immunology

3

BIO 460

Cancer Biology

3

CHE 115

College Chemistry I

4

CHE 215

College Chemistry II

4

CHE 210

Organic Chemistry I

4

CHE 220

Organic Chemistry II

4

CHE 310

Biochemistry

4

COM 220

Intercultural  Communications

3

ENG 103

Writing for Health Care Professionals

1

ENG 104

Medical Writing

1

ENG 201

World Literature

3

ENG 202

American Literature

3

ENG 203

Literature and Medicine

3

ENG 204

Multi-cultural American Literature

3

HPE 101

Health and Wellness

1

HSC 320

Research for Health Professionals

3

HSC 350

Perspectives in Epidemiology

3

MAT 211

Statistics

3

MAT 230

Advanced Statistics

3

MAT 240

Elements of Calculus

3

NUT 101

Nutrition

3

PHI 201

Classical Issues in Philosophy

3

PHI 202

Critical Thinking

3

PHI 301

Biomedical Ethics

3

PHY 305

Physics I

4

PHY 315

Physics II

4

PSY 301

Human Growth and Development

3

PSY 320

Abnormal Psychology

3

REL 201

World Religions

3

REL 210

Old Testament Survey

3

REL 220

New Testament Survey

3

REL 310

Literature of the Bible

3

REL 302

Spiritual Aspects of Care

3

SOC 310

Sociology of Aging

3

SPA 201

Spanish I

3

SPA 202

Spanish II

3