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Students are urged to meet regularly with an academic advisor to plan their course sequence. The program of study will vary depending on transfer credits, part-time or full-time status, and credit earned in alternative ways.
Allied health degree completion students can transfer up to 75 credits towards lower division general education requirements. If additional courses are needed to meet the 120 credit requirement for graduation, the following courses will be added as follows:
BCS 206 Computer Applications for Business
ECO 105 Fundamentals of Economics
ENG 111 Advanced Communication Skills
MAT 101 College Math I
Students should see an Academic Advisor for assistance with course selection.
Allied health degree completion students are required to take the following General Education upper division courses to meet the Wilmington University 45 credit requirement for residency and upper level course work:
ENG 365 Academic Writing
HUM 360 Human World Views: 3500 BCE-1650 AD
HUM 361 Human World Views: 1650 AD - Present
Upper Level HUM elective
Upper Level Elective
Lower division allied health course work equivalent to a minimum of 30 credits is transferred from the associate degree program.
ALH 323 Health Professional as Teacher
ALH 333 Leadership for Allied Health Professionals
ALH 401 Allied Health Professional Capstone
ALH 402 Medical Law and Ethics
BBM 201 Principles of Management
BBM 301 Organizational Behavior
BBM 320 Business Communications
HLT 371 Cultural Diversity In Health & Illness
HRM 311 Human Resource Management
MIS 320 Management Information Systems
Choose from free electives to complete degree requirement of 120 credit hours.
Students are urged to meet regularly with an Academic Advisor to plan their course sequence. The program of study will vary depending on transfer credits, part-time or full-time status and credit earned in alternative ways.
This information applies to students who enter this degree program during the 2012-2013 Academic Year. If you entered this degree program before the Fall 2012 semester, please refer to the academic catalog for the year you began your degree program.