This program is available only to students enrolling in the combined Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Health Studies/Master of Occupational Therapy (BSIHS/MOT) track in the Occupational Therapy program.
Program Student Learning Outcomes
Students who graduate with the bachelor's degree in Interdisciplinary Health Studies will be able to:
- Describe current trends and emerging issues in delivery of healthcare services.
- Explain the impact of pathological conditions on functional skills.
- Articulate the healthcare needs of persons of varying ages from different communities, out-patient, and in-patient settings.
- Apply professional theories, models, and research to clinical practice scenarios.
- Discuss the role of the healthcare manager in today's healthcare organizations.
- Discuss expected professional behaviors of the 21st-century healthcare provider.