Health Policy and Administration, B.S. (Health and Human
Health services managers, also called health care executives or health care administrators, plan, direct, and coordinate medical, health, and/or long-term care services. They might manage an entire facility or specialize in managing a specific clinical area or department, administrate a program or manage a practice for a group of providers.
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Health and Wellness Courses & Penn State
(7 days ago) Health and Wellness Courses. These courses have been approved as General Education Health and Wellness courses, previously known as Health and Physical Activity (GHA). This course list is updated periodically. Descriptions and learning criteria for General Education Health and Wellness courses can be found in the Foundation and Knowledge
Health and Human Development & Penn State
(9 days ago) The College of Health and Human Development is a collaborative community of faculty, staff, students, and alumni that seeks to improve human health, development, and the quality of life for all people through innovative education, interdisciplinary research, and effective outreach with a scope that encompasses “cells to society” and
Health Education (HLHED) & Penn State
(2 days ago) HLHED 553 Multicultural Health Issues (3) This course is designed to explore ethnic and cultural factors influencing the health status among racial/ethnic groups in the U.S. Through lecture, discussion, simulations, and case studies, the students will be able to develop an appreciation for the cultural traditions and practices of different groups.
Biobehavioral Health, B.S. (Health and Human Development
(8 days ago) Biobehavioral Health is the integrative scientific study of the many different factors (e.g., biology, psychology, environment) that affect health. The discipline focuses on how these different factors influence health and the development of interventions to improve health outcomes.
Health and Human Development (HHD) & Penn State
(5 days ago) Health and Human Development (HHD) This course aims to provide students with an overview of the impact the growth in human longevity is having on society, viewed through the lens of current research in the fields of health and human development. Students will explore the recent research on growth in the human lifespan and how this is having
Health Policy and Administration, B.S. (University College
(Just Now) Health services managers, also called health care executives or health care administrators, plan, direct, and coordinate medical, health, and/or long-term care services. They might manage an entire facility or specialize in managing a specific clinical area or department, administrate a program or manage a practice for a group of providers.
Health Policy and Administration (HPA) & Penn State
(5 days ago) HPA 57 is designed to provide students with an understanding of the breadth of decisions related to health and health care in the United States. HPA 57 introduces students to the consumers' role in health related decisions, including assessing health risks, health benefits, service choices, and end-of-life care. The growth in available health care information resources, the expansion of for
Diversity and Inclusion in Health and Human Development
(9 days ago) The minor in Diversity and Inclusion in Health and Human Development seeks to provide students with the competencies needed to be successful in a multi-cultural and global society. Graduates need to be able to appreciate diverse perspectives, work in diverse teams, and welcome and include individuals from many different backgrounds.
Athletic Training, B.S. & Penn State
(5 days ago) Athletic trainers are highly qualified, multi-skilled health care professionals who collaborate with physicians to provide preventative services, emergency care, clinical diagnosis, therapeutic intervention and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal injuries, and sport-related medical conditions. The major is designed to help you understand how to
Health Administration & Penn State
(3 days ago) Recognizing that the national health care system is in a period of reform and redesign, the program emphasis involves design/redesign in a 36-credit curriculum. Based on eight core courses defined as the foundation of administration in health care, the degree is designed for part-time professional students already engaged in health
Health Policy and Administration & Penn State
(Just Now) View. The graduate degrees in the Department of Health Policy and Administration focus on management, policy, and research in health services, with particular attention to the recurrent problems of cost, quality, and access to health services. The doctoral program (Ph.D.) is designed to provide advanced knowledge and skills in health services
Public Health & Penn State
(5 days ago) The Master of Public Health (M.P.H.) in Public Health program is a professional degree program that builds knowledge and skills in the areas of systems thinking, evidence-based public health, leadership, program planning and management, public health and health systems, communication, and interprofessional practice.
Public Health Sciences (PHS) & Penn State
(Just Now) Public health law research is the "scientific study of the relation of law and legal practices to population health" (Wagenaar & Burris, 2013, p.4). This course is concerned not with what is legal to include within the jurisdiction of public health law (the objective of health law), but with whether law can empirically be shown to affect the
Biobehavioral Health (BBH) & Penn State
(5 days ago) Biobehavioral Health (BBH) Examination of issues that impact the social, emotional, and physical well-being of college students through a values and decision-making process. BB H 048 Values and Health Behavior (1) (GHA) This is a 1credit course designed for non-BB H majors who want a greater understanding of concepts related to health and
Health Policy and Administration, B.S. (Capital) & Penn State
(9 days ago) Health Policy and Administration (HPA) is a multidisciplinary course of study with courses in the liberal arts, business administration, and health sciences. In general HPA students are prepared to work in six types of health care organizations including: Health care providers (hospitals, physician practices, nursing facilities, home health
Kinesiology, B.S. (Health and Human Development) & Penn State
(9 days ago) Applied Exercise Health Option - Health and Physical Education Certificate Emphasis: Kinesiology, B.S. at University Park Campus. The course series listed below provides only one of the many possible ways to move through this curriculum. The University may make changes in policies, procedures, educational offerings, and requirements at any time.
Biobehavioral Health, B.S. (University College) & Penn State
(2 days ago) Biobehavioral Health is the integrative scientific study of the many different factors (e.g., biology, psychology, environment) that affect health. The discipline focuses on how these different factors influence health and the development of interventions to improve health outcomes.
Health Policy and Administration, Minor & Penn State
(9 days ago) The minor in Health Policy and Administration (HPA) is designed to provide students with a background in the policy issues and administrative challenges related to quality, cost, and access to health care. The minor is most appropriate for students interested in clinical and health-related fields (e.g., nursing, nutrition, biobehavioral health
Healthcare Informatics, Certificate & Penn State
(3 days ago) Program Description. The healthcare industry is moving towards the widespread use of digital records and electronic information transfer. This is resulting in a need for healthcare professionals to be knowledgeable in information technology and for information technology professionals at healthcare facilities to be more knowledgeable of the healthcare industry.
Biobehavioral Health, B.S. (Capital) & Penn State
(1 days ago) Biobehavioral Health is the integrative scientific study of the many different factors (e.g., biology, psychology, environment) that affect health. The discipline focuses on how these different factors influence health and the development of interventions to improve health outcomes.
Political Science (PLSC) & Penn State
(6 days ago) The multifaceted security crises of our time is rooted in a broad spectrum of hazards. It among other things stretches across lone wolf terrorists, natural disasters, public health emergencies, transnational organized crime, and cyber attacks; and it includes global counterterrorism, counterproliferation, and environmental change.
Sciences Health Systems (SHS) & Penn State
(Just Now) The Health Systems Science elective is a longitudinal elective course designed to provide students an advanced learning and authentic experience in health systems sciences within a healthcare delivery system (Penn State Health). Students will be exposed to aspects of population health, value-based care, healthcare systems improvement
Global Health, Minor & Penn State
(4 days ago) The Global Health Minor (GLBHL) is designed to provide undergraduate students with a multidisciplinary exposure to the theoretical and practical issues affecting the health of populations in various countries and regions of the world. This minor is appropriate for students whose career goals incorporate public health interventions, education
Information Sciences and Technology in Health Policy and
(1 days ago) The learning objectives of the minor in Information Sciences and Technology in Health Policy and Administration (ISHPA) are to equip students with the skills and knowledge to meet the critical need for persons with expertise in health care information technology. Specialists in this field assist health care organizations develop and apply the
Health Policy and Administration (HPA) & Penn State
(Just Now) Health Policy and Administration (HPA) A systematic application of the principles of organizational behavior to understanding professional roles in health services organizations. Addresses theory and application of program evaluation, emphasizing process and outcome evaluation strategies for programs involving individuals, organizations and
Biobehavioral Health & Penn State
(2 days ago) The graduate program in Biobehavioral Health (BBH) is an innovative, interdisciplinary graduate program within the College of Health and Human Development. The focus of the program is on the intersection of biological, psychological, behavioral, social, environmental, and cultural influences on health and disease throughout the lifespan.
One Health, Minor & Penn State
(8 days ago) The minor in One Health will consist of four core courses (12 credits) and nine credits of supporting courses from a variety of disciplines. This course is open to all SCIENCE MAJORS. Students that are accepted in the minor, will consult with the coordinator such that the minor is completed in time.
Global Health Graduate Credit Certificate Program & Penn State
(7 days ago) Global Health Graduate Credit Certificate Program. The purpose of this 12-credit graduate certificate in Global Health is to provide students with foundational graduate-level course work in global health. All course work will be at the 500 or 800 level. Upon completion of the Public Health certificate, students will be able to: Demonstrate
Public Health Sciences (PHS)
(7 days ago) Public health law research is the "scientiﬁc study of the relation of law and legal practices to population health" (Wagenaar & Burris, 2013, p.4). This course is concerned not with what is legal to include within the jurisdiction of public health law (the objective of health law), but
Health Administration (HADM) & Penn State
(1 days ago) Health Administration (HADM) The design, implementation, and purpose of computerized management information systems in health and non-profit organizations. Examines the concepts of human behavior in formal organizations, systems analysis, conceptual models, and decision processes. Health care delivery presented as a socio-technical systems
Health Science Professions I, Certificate & Penn State
(9 days ago) The Health Science Professions I certificate program contains the courses necessary to meet several local schools’ prerequisite requirements. The two-semester program consists of 12 courses (31-33 credits total). Program Requirements. To earn an undergraduate certificate in Health Science Professions I, a minimum of 31-33 credits is required.
Biobehavioral Health (BBH) & Penn State
(Just Now) This initial required course in the biobehavioral health sequence is designed to provide a multidisciplinary framework of theory and knowledge of biobehavioral processes and their implications for health and illness on which other biobehavioral health courses can build. It is the first of a two-course sequence (BB H 501 and BB H 503).
Health Policy and Administration (HPA)
(2 days ago) information about health and health care to make sound health care choices. Students will learn practical information, key terminology and where/how to ﬁnd reliable, up-to-date information on different sectors of the health care system (e.g. physicians, hospitals, commercial and public health insurance, mental health, long-term care).
Foundations and Knowledge Domains & Penn State
(6 days ago) Health and Wellness (GHW) In Health and Wellness (GHW) fields, students focus on the physical and psychosocial well-being of individuals and communities. They expand their theoretical and practical knowledge about health and wellness — concepts that are multidimensional and culturally defined. The University provides opportunities for
Adult Development and Aging Services, Certificate & Penn State
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Hospitality Management, B.S. (Health and Human Development
(Just Now) Hospitality Management Option: Hospitality Management, B.S. at University Park Campus. The course series listed below provides only one of the many possible ways to move through this curriculum. The University may make changes in policies, procedures, educational offerings, and requirements at …
Counselor Education & Penn State
(1 days ago) Professional preparation is offered at the master's level (M.Ed.) with emphasis areas in career counseling, clinical mental health counseling, school counseling, and rehabilitation counseling. The Ph.D. program prepares candidates for positions as counselor education faculty members. The D.Ed. program helps students prepare to become supervisors of counseling services.
Undergraduate Programs & Penn State
(5 days ago) Undergraduate Programs. Penn State offers more than 160 majors, 200 minors, and 100 undergraduate certificates across the University. Below you will find a full catalog of all majors and programs available across all campuses and every academic college at Penn State. Use the filter tool to explore options and design your own, unique academic
Epidemiology & Penn State
(4 days ago) Epidemiology is the primary source of the knowledge that underlies public health policy and practice. As such, well-trained epidemiologists develop and evaluate hypotheses about the effects of various factors (risk factors) on human health and develop the knowledge basis …
Nutritional Sciences, Minor & Penn State
(1 days ago) You are majoring in a health-related discipline such as Biobehavioral Health, Kinesiology, Pre-medicine, Human Development and Family Studies, Biology, Biochemistry, Chemistry, and other majors connected to the health professions. You want to pursue a career as a physician, dentist, physician assistant, nurse or other health professional.
Behavioral Health and Counseling Psychology, Certificate
(9 days ago) Behavioral health and counseling psychology is an applied field of psychology and counseling that helps people to improve their functioning, both as individuals and in their relationships with others. Clinical and counseling psychologists help people with physical and mental health issues to improve their well-being, reduce stress, and resolve
Public Health Graduate Credit Certificate Program & Penn State
(7 days ago) The purpose of the graduate certificate in Public Health is to provide students with foundational graduate-level course work in public health. Upon completion of the Public Health certificate, students will be able to: demonstrate their knowledge in core areas of public health, which include biostatistics, epidemiology, health services administration, and social and behavioral sciences; and
Science of Health Systems August through May, with breaks
(3 days ago) Science of Health Systems curriculum, where they will learn the foundations of health systems, health care delivery, ﬁnancing, insurance, population and public health, socio-ecological medicine, quality, safety, value, and teamwork and leadership. Additionally, students will serve as patient navigators within the health system.
Bioethics (BIOET) & Penn State
(7 days ago) The arena of health and illness presents a valuable opportunity for integrating social/behavioral science and humanities in analyzing and solving real world problems. Despite technological advances, health care is essentially a human-to-human endeavor, so the humanities and social sciences are necessary to complement biomedical perspectives.
Organization Development and Change: Occupational Safety
(2 days ago) The Organization Development and Change, Occupational Safety and Health Certificate Program is designed to assist workforce development professionals in building the skills and abilities needed to create and support workplaces and educational environments that are free of occupational safety and health hazards. Emphasis is placed on leadership development to promote detection, analysis, and
Occupational Therapy, A.S. (Berks) & Penn State
(9 days ago) Physical, mental health, emotional, and other challenges prevent people from participating fully in the job of living. Occupational therapy makes it possible for people to regain independence and to enjoy life. By choosing a career in occupational therapy, you will make a difference in lives of people and groups in your community.
Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Graduate
(1 days ago) The purpose of the Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner certificate is to prepare individuals with a Master’s degree or higher in nursing seeking additional certification as an Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner. The goal of this certificate is to prepare nurses to provide direct care of adults/older adults with acute and complex illness in acute care health care