General Allied Health (GAH)

GAH 1700 — Health Adjustments I
3 Credit hours  

Introduces and explores the conceptual framework of health careers and their related principal practices. A number of psychological and theoretical theories will be integrated with group and individual experiences for application purposes. Thus, major areas presented are utilization of self-assessment, critical thinking, personality, multicultural issues, wellness, human behavior and managing diversity.

GAH 2200 — Human Values in Health Care
2 Credit hours  

Provides students with the opportunity to explore their personal value system within the context of practicing as a health professional. Students will undergo values clarification exercises through a case-study approach with basic instruction in making choices, decision by authority and responsible decision making. Professional codes of ethics will also be addressed.