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BS Social and Behavioral Health

To find out what classes satisfy Areas B, C, D, and E, go to the General Education Requirements (Core Curriculum) page for the full list of approved courses.

YEAR 1

ENGL 1101

ENGL 1102

XIDS 2300

MATH 1001

SOCI 1101

Area D1: Non-lab Science

Area D1: Science + Lab

PSYC 1101

XIDS 2002

POLS 1101

60% - 100%

65% - 100%

*

0% - 10%

35% - 80%

0% - 50%

0% - 50%

*

40% - 90%

15% - 100%

YEAR 2

Area E1

Area E2

Area C2

Area C1

ANTH 1102

Area D2

Area B1

Area E4

BIOL course

ANTH 1105 or BIOL

55% - 100%

75% - 100%

30% - 100%

25% - 100%

*

0% - 10%

15% - 100%

10% - 100%

*

*

YEAR 3

Major Area 1A: Cultural and Social Aspects of Health (x2)

Major Area 2A: Health Analytics and Methods (x2)

Major Area 1C: Complementary and Alternative Health

Major Area 1B: Behavioral and Mental Health

Major Area 4: Upper Division Electives

Minor or General Elective (x3)

*

*

*

*

*

0% - 100%

YEAR 4

Major 2B: Health Services (x2)

Major Area 1B: Behavioral and Mental Health

Major Area 1C: Complementary and Alternative Health

Major Area 4: Upper Division Electives

Major Area 3: Internship

Minor or General Elective (x4)

*

*

*

*

*

0% - 100%

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