50:499:101 – Introduction to Health Sciences (3)
This course provides students with an overview of issues central to the health sciences and careers in the field of health. Issues addressed include: public health initiatives, social influences on health, poverty and health, and health care systems in the U.S. and around the world. Through the discussion of classic and cutting-edge research, students develop an appreciation for the vast array of complex issues central to this emerging and applied field. Further, exposure to these topics will prepare students to make informed decisions about their future education and careers. 
50:499:201 – Careers in Health Sciences (3)
In this course students will explore their own career strengths and interests, gain exposure to a variety of careers and graduate school paths open to people with Health Sciences degrees, and participate in professional development and graduate school preparation activities.
50:499:303 – Health Law (3)
This is a survey course of Health Law. Students will explore legal issues in the past, present, and future health care environment. Topics covered include an overview of the U.S. health care system, private and public health insurance, regulation of healthcare providers and institutions, and health privacy.
This course fulfills one of the requirements for the Health-Law certificate.
50:499:456/457/458/459: Special Topics in Health Sciences (3)
An advanced course in health sciences that addresses a specific area of study. Intended to be taught as seminars. Topics to be discussed vary from semester to semester based on student and faculty interests. 
Topics covered include: public health, population health, medical product development.
50:499:493 – Applied Experiences in Health Sciences (3)
This course is designed to help students learn about working in healthcare setting and gain important experiences necessary for graduate school applications and your future career. This learning will take place through students’ experiences at their placement, the supervision students receive, their own reflection about their experiences, and completing a final project relating to their work and graduate school/career goals. Students are encouraged to develop their own placements. 
Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.
50:499:497 – Independent Study in Health Sciences (R) (1-3)
The student is required to undertake a term-long or year-long laboratory or library project under the supervision of a health sciences faculty member.
Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.