Allied Health Program of Study Associate of Science Degree
This program to be placed on moratorium Fall 2020—no new students enrolling in this program.
Programs offered through the Department of Biological and Physical Sciences share many outcomes. Upon program completion students will:
- Understand the basic principles and laws governing our world and have a global awareness of their discipline.
- Demonstrate basic competency in laboratory, field and computer skills related to the sciences.
- Be familiar with accessing and interpreting the scientific literature.
- Be proficient in written and oral communication in the sciences.
- Understand scientific methodology, and conduct scientific investigations using it.
- Be prepared to participate in professional activities.
|BIOB 160||Principles of Living Systems||3|
|or BIOB 161||Principles Living Systems Lab|
|CHMY 121||Intro to General Chemistry||3|
|CHMY 122||Intro to Gen Chem Lab||1|
|PSYX 100||Intro to Psychology||3|
|or SOCI 101||Introduction to Sociology|
|STAT 141||Intro to Statistical Concepts||3|
|or STAT 216||Introduction to Statistics|
|Additional General Education requirements||18|
|Required Program Courses|
|BIOH 301||Human Anatomy & Physiology I||3|
|BIOH 302||Human Anatomy & Phys I Lab||1|
|BIOH 311||Human Anatomy & Physiology II||3|
|BIOH 312||Human Anatomy & Phys II Lab||1|
|BIOM 250||Microbiology for Hlth Sciences||3|
|CHMY 123||Intro to Organic & Biochem||3|
|NUTR 221||Basic Human Nutrition||3|
|Elective Program Courses|
|Select six credits from the following electives:||6|
and General Genetics Lab
|Microbiology Hlth Sciences Lab|
and General Microbiology Lab
|College Chemistry I|
and College Chemistry I Lab *
|College Chemistry II|
and College Chemistry II Lab
|First Aid & CPR|
|Introduction to Ethics *|
|College Physics I|
and College Physics I Lab *
Upper division Biology or Chemistry courses chosen in conjunction with advisor
|Restricted electives selected with advisor approval||6|
|Total Minimum Credits||60|
May satisfy General Education requirements
Note: The above required General Education Courses and Program Courses are minimum requirements. Students with specific career goals in the Allied Health Sciences should be aware that some disciplines require more advanced courses than those listed. Therefore, if you know your career path, or if you believe you may transfer into a B.S. program at MSU Billings or another university, it is essential that you consult with your advisor in the science department so that you proceed efficiently in your studies.