Sample Course Sequences
Each major within the Department of Allied Health Sciences has a specific suggested sequence of courses to help you ensure that all major and graduation requirements are met. Please use the options below to locate the sample course sequence document that pertains to your major and catalog year. As always, please plan to discuss any questions or concerns with your assigned advisor as soon as possible to make sure you stay on track to meet your academic and professional goals.
Allied Health Sciences Major
Important Note: Course requirements vary by concentration. Adding, removing, or changing a concentration will impact meeting the major requirements. For example, not all AH-coded courses can be used to satisfy all plans. Students bear the responsibility to ensure courses taken to meet the major requirements are consistent with courses listed on the approved list for the declared plan. Students are advised to take this into consideration when considering a concentration change. Students are advised to meet with their academic advisor in a timely manner (i.e., by junior year) to determine appropriateness of making concentration changes and how doing so may impact major course completion and requirements for graduation. Do not assume substitutions can or will be made.
Alied Health Sciences Major – Standard Plan
Alied Health Sciences Major – Health Sciences Concentration
Alied Health Sciences Major – Healthcare Administration Concentration
Alied Health Sciences Major – Public Health & Health Promotion Concentration
Allied Health Sciences Major – Occupational & Environmental Health & Safety Concentration
Allied Health Sciences Professional Programs
Diagnostic Genetic Sciences
Dietetics – Coordinated Program
*Reminder: Your catalog year is the academic year in which you declared your major/concentration, not the year you entered the university or your graduation year.
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