Jul 15, 2024  
Catalog 2024-25 
Catalog 2024-25

Collaborative Health & Human Services, B.S.

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The CHHS major provides you with the essential knowledge, skills and abilities needed to become a future leader in health and social service organizations. It also prepares you for entry into graduate programs in public health, social work, public administration, nonprofit management, and related allied health and social service professions.

You will master the theory and practice of inter-agency collaboration; acquire proficiency in the use of electronic technologies; and develop sound critical-thinking, communication and analytical skills. You will also build a foundation of values and ethics, and cultural competence needed for serving client populations and communities whose backgrounds differ from your own.


Complete one of the following Concentrations:

Please note: Twelve (12) of the units taken to complete a concentration (all of which are upper division) may not be used in fulfillment of other minors or concentrations.

Social Work Concentration 

Public Health Concentration  

Public Administration & Nonprofit Management Concentration  

Interdisciplinary Concentration 

Learning Outcomes

MLO 1: Collaboration and Ethical Leadership

Apply the principles of collaboration, ethics, and leadership to work with colleagues and diverse communities to establish shared values and vision to achieve mutual goals.

MLO 2: Equity and Social Justice

Apply principles of cultural awareness and an understanding of social identities to promote diversity, equity, and social justice in health and human services.

MLO 3: Integrated and Disciplinary Knowledge of Health and Human Services

Demonstrate an understanding of the fundamental principles of the interrelationships between health and human services fields, organizations, and systems. Apply specialized knowledge and skills in a selected disciplinary area.

MLO 4: Policy, Politics, and Public Action

Demonstrate an understanding of health and social problems and apply the skills needed to identify, describe, and critically analyze public policies. Synthesize evidence to evaluate alternative strategies to promote equitable public action.

MLO 5: Professional Communication

Critically analyze the organizational and cultural contexts of communication, and demonstrate the ability to effectively communicate complex ideas to diverse audiences in a variety of professional settings.

MLO 6: Professional Development and Application

Demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary for growth and development as a health and human services professional through self-awareness, personal reflection, and self-correcting behavior. Commit to lifelong learning and the application of best practices to advance the fields.

MLO 7: Research Methods and Information Literacy

Apply appropriate research methodologies to gather and evaluate different types of evidence to critically analyze public problems in the health and human services fields.

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