Along with specific requirements for any major, all students in the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degree programs must meet all general education and graduation requirements under a single catalog.

The Applied Health Science major with the Urban Public Health concentration consists of 38 hours of AHS courses, 6 hours of URBN courses and 4-8 hours of electives. The Urban Public Health concentration requires students to participate in a semester of study at “Wheaton in Chicago” (see Urban Studies for further information). Requirements are:

Major Requirements
AHS 271Research Methods2
AHS 273Behavioral Medicine2
AHS 281Biostatistics4
AHS 351Human Anatomy4
AHS 361Integrative Human Physiology4
AHS 368Concepts in Nutrition4
AHS 378Community Health and the Urban Environment4
AHS 381Concepts in Epidemiology4
AHS 384Public Health: Physical Activity Promotion2
AHS 391Community-Based Research in Urban Public Health4
AHS 494Integrative Seminar2
AHS 496Internship4-8
URBN 231Chicago: An Introduction2
URBN 3514
Electives, select two courses:4-8
Medical Anthropology
Public Health and Nutrition in Developing Areas
Environmental Politics
Urban Politics