A minor in Maternal and Child Health provides students with the basic knowledge to work with public and private health agencies that provide services to women, infant, children, adolescent and families.
This minor would be of interest to sociology, child development and family relations, food and nutrition, nursing, and allied health majors as well as those interested in pursuing graduate studies in public health, medicine, dentistry, and social work.
The following courses (15 credits) are required to earn a minor in the MCH concentration:
- Prenatal, Infancy, ECD (HUDV 113)
- Health Problems of Child & Youth (HHPL 157) or Parentology (HUDV 143)
- Health of Women, Child & Families (HHPL 165)
- Methods & Materials of Health (HHPL 152)
- MCH Institute (HHPL 167)
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