The Department of Population Health at Sam Houston State University provides undergraduate degree options in bilingual health care studies, health sciences, health care administration, public health, and wellness management. A minor in health is also available.
The bilingual health care studies coursework is intended to prepare students as culturally competent bilingual patient navigators for employment in various health care settings. The health sciences degree is made up of fundamental courses that can be tailored to meet students’ individual goals for post-baccalaureate programs of medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, physical therapy, physician assistant, or other health sciences programs. The health care administration curriculum emphasizes the skills required to manage contemporary health care organizations through courses in health, business, economics, management, and psychology. The public health degree aims to educate professionals to promote health and prevent diseases. The wellness management coursework will prepare students to manage and facilitate health and wellness initiatives in a variety of settings.
|Length||120 Credit Hours|
|Enrollment||Fall and Spring|
|Tuition/Costs||Rates Per Semester|