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SOURCE Arizona State University College of Health Solutions
PHOENIX, Feb. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Arizona State University's College of Health Solutions (CHS) announced several new health degree programs aimed at providing students interested in medicine or health care with a well-rounded foundation. These new degrees complement a broad set of undergraduate and graduate degree offerings from ASU related to health promotion, health care delivery and health management of people and populations.
Keith Lindor, CHS dean and former dean of the Mayo Medical School, says the new curriculum was developed in response to the need for a different kind of health care delivery model and employees with enhanced skills within the system. "The curriculum emphasizes critical thinking skills, an analytical approach to problem solving and effective communication."
Students who choose to study health-related disciplines at ASU will learn at a research-based university from expert faculty such as Victor Trastek, former CEO of the Mayo Clinic in Arizona. CHS is located in downtown Phoenix, offers a rich and diverse set of clinical and research internships and other deeply embedded community-based opportunities, as well as practice of use-inspired research.
Bachelor of Science in Medical Studies degree addresses new MCAT requirements
This degree is for students who aspire to a professional career in health care. Curriculum was designed to meet the new Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT) requirements that will include a focus on social sciences and humanities, in addition to the hard sciences, effective 2015.
School for the Science of Health Care Delivery continues to grow and expand
Since the successful launch of its master's degree in health care delivery in 2013, ASU has expanded its School for the Science of Health Care Delivery to include a new bachelor's degree in health care delivery and a new bachelor's degree in public health.
New ASU health degrees include:
Bachelor of Science in Medical Studies
Bachelor of Science in the Science of Health Care Delivery
Bachelor of Science in Public Health
Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Informatics
Bachelor of Science in Health Education and Health Promotion
Bachelor of Science in Nutrition with a concentration in Food and Tourism Management
Master of Science in Clinical Exercise Physiology
Master of Science in Obesity Prevention and Management
Master of Science in Exercise and Wellness with a concentration in Healthy Aging
Master of Science in Biomedical Diagnostics*
Master of Public Health offered by the University of Minnesota, hosted by ASU
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