PHHS Connect RAP is an opportunity for students who are entering declared in a PHHS (School of Public Health & Health Sciences) major or undeclared in the Public Health & Health Sciences Exploratory Track to live together and have their collegiate first-year seminar taught in the residential area.
In the one-credit RAP seminar students will participate in stimulating discussions and collaborative learning projects.
Perspectives on Public Health (Public Health 191) 1 credit
Fall 2018 description: (Fall 2019 description coming soon)
Public health and the health sciences are incredibly broad and diverse fields, especially as the fields constantly evolve to address the health issues that face people across the globe. Finding your “niche” in health requires some exploration, taking advantage of opportunities, and planning for the future. Throughout the semester, we will explore different areas of public health such as nutrition, communication disorders, physical activity, community health, and health policy. This seminar will connect these different disciplines of public health to current events facing the world today.
Ultimately, the goals of this seminar are to:
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