Health Interdiscip Studies (HINT)

HINT 10000 Health Sciences: Foundations and Careers (NLA)

An overview of the foundation of health sciences and career opportunities in the various fields. The class format includes small-group discussion as well as guest lectures by health science educators. Selected issues related to the professions are also examined. (F,Y)
2 Credits

HINT 23000 Introduction to Interdisciplinary Health Care Teams (NLA)

Introduction to the essential knowledge that facilitates interaction among heath science professionals and enables them to become more effective members of interdisciplinary teams. Prerequisites: Sophomore standing. (F or S,Y)
1 Credit

HINT 31200 Health Care and Culture (LA)

An investigation of sociocultural context in the delivery and receipt of health care and rehabilitation services. Students examine, through readings, discussion, and interviews with people in the community, the role of ethnicity, race, religion, and socioeconomic status in shaping the health-related beliefs and behaviors of individuals. Prerequisites: Junior standing. (S,Y)
Attributes: 1, G
3 Credits

HINT 31300 Health Care and Culture: An International Field Experience (NLA)

An investigation of sociocultural factors in the delivery of health care and rehabilitation services in an international context. Students examine, through experiential learning, discussion, and lectures, the role of ethnicity, race, religion, and socioeconomic status in shaping the health-related beliefs and behaviors of individuals in a selected country. Prerequisites: HINT 31200 or permission of the instructor. (Sum,Y)
Attributes: 1, G
1 Credit

HINT 33000 Interdisciplinary Collaboration: Practical Applications for Health Care Teams (NLA)

Application of collaboration of interdisciplinary team-management principles and intervention planning strategies and techniques that include interdisciplinary treatment plan development, assessment, and the development of interdisciplinary intervention programs. Prerequisites: HINT 23000. (F or S,Y)
1 Credit

HINT 43000 Seminar: Capstone in Health Care Teams (NLA)

Students will observe and evaluate the collaboration of interdisciplinary team-management principles and intervention planning strategies and techniques. Includes travel to national and/or international sites (at the student's expense) where interdisciplinary collaboration in a multicultural setting is practiced. Prerequisites: HINT 33000. May be repeated up to (Y)
1 Credit