Health Policy and Management, A.S.-B.S.P.H.
This is a suggested course plan. It is highly recommended that you meet regularly with your academic advisor to determine your course selection and progress toward graduation.
This catalog also includes a complete list of requirements for the Health Policy and Management B.S.P.H. degree.
North Carolina Community College
|UGETC||English composition (ENG 111 + ENG 112 = UNC ENGL 105)||6|
|UGETC||Humanities/Fine Arts/Communication (2 courses from at least 2 different disciplines; see UGETC list below)||6|
|ECO 251 Principles of Microeconomics (ECO 251 + 252 = UNC ECON 101 + GENR 140) 1, 3||3|
|UGETC||Social and Behavioral Sciences (1 course from a discipline other than economics; see UGETC list below)||3|
|One of: 3||4|
Pre-calculus Trigonometry (UNC MATH 130 + MATH 110P) 2
Brief Calculus (UNC MATH 152 + MATH 110P) 2
Calculus II (UNC MATH 232 + MATH 110P) 2
|UGETC||Mathematics (2nd course; see UGETC list below)||4|
|BIO 111||General Biology I (UNC BIOL 101/101L) 1, 3||4|
|BIO 112||General Biology II (UNC BIOL 279/279L)||4|
Additional General Education Courses
|XXX 111||Foreign Language Level 1||3|
|XXX 112||Foreign Language Level 2||3|
|XXX 211||Foreign Language Level 3||3|
Other Required Hours
|ACA 122||College Transfer Success (GENR ---)||1|
|ACC 120||Financial Accounting I (UNC BUSI 102) 2, 3||3|
|ECO 252 Principles of Macroeconomics (ECO 251 + 252 = UNC ECON 101 + GENR 140) 1, 3||3|
|MAT 152 Statistical Methods I (UNC STOR 155) 2, 3||4|
|Total Community College Hours||60|
Required in the major.
Counts in the major.
Prerequisite for the major.
|EPID 600||Principles of Epidemiology for Public Health 1, 2||3|
|HPM 341||Information Systems, Technology, and Tools 1||3|
|HPM 350||Introduction to Health Services Systems 1||3|
|SPHG 351||Foundations of Public Health 1||3|
|LFIT ---||Lifetime Fitness||1|
|Minor course #1 or elective||3|
|HPM 320||Introduction to Strategic Planning and Marketing 1||3|
|HPM 340||Foundations of Health Care Financial Management 1||3|
|HPM 352||Introduction to Health Services Systems II 1||3|
|SPHG 352||Public Health Systems and Solutions 1||4|
|Minor course #2 or elective||3|
Summer before Semester 7
|HPM 393||Field Training in Health Policy and Management 1, 3||2|
|BIOS 600||Principles of Statistical Inference 1, 4||3|
|or ECON 400||Introduction to Statistics and Econometrics|
|HPM 310||Introduction to Law and Ethics in Health Management 1||3|
|HPM 330||Introduction to Health Organization Leadership, Management, and Behavior 1||3|
|HPM 691H||Honors Research 5||3|
|Minor course #3 or elective||3|
|HPM 351||Politics, Public Health, and Health Policy 1||3|
|HPM 697||B.S.P.H. Capstone 1||3|
|HPM 692H||Independent Honors Research 5||3|
|Minor course #4 or elective||3|
|Minor course #5 or elective||3|
Required in the major.
EPID 600 is strongly recommended in the junior year, but may be taken in the senior year.
HPM 393 is completed during the summer between the Junior and Senior year.
UGETC Course List (A.S. Curriculum)
|English Composition (two courses)||6|
|ENG 111||Writing & Inquiry 1|
|ENG 112||Writing/Research in the Disciplines 1|
|Humanities/Fine Arts (two courses from at least two different disciplines)||6|
|ART 111||Art Appreciation (UNC GENR 180)|
|ART 114||Art History Survey I (UNC ARTH 151)|
|ART 115||Art History Survey II (UNC ARTH 152)|
|COM 120||Introduction to Interpersonal Communication (UNC COMM 120), OR|
Public Speaking (UNC COMM 113)
|DRA 111||Theatre Appreciation (UNC DRAM 116)|
|ENG 231||American Literature I (UNC ENGL 128) 2|
|ENG 232||American Literature II (UNC ENGL 128) 2|
|ENG 241||British Literature I (UNC ENGL 120) 2|
|ENG 242||British Literature II (UNC ENGL 121) 2|
|MUS 110||Music Appreciation (UNC MUSC 141)|
|MUS 112||Introduction to Jazz (UNC MUSC 145)|
|PHI 215||Philosophical Issues (UNC PHIL 101) 2|
|PHI 240||Introduction to Ethics (UNC PHIL 160) 2|
|Social/Behavioral Science (two coures from at least two different disciplines)||6|
|ECO 251||Principles of Microeconomics (UNC GENR 140) 3|
|ECO 252||Principles of Microeconomics (UNC GENR 140) 3|
|HIS 111||World Civilizations I (UNC GENR 157)|
|HIS 112||World Civilizations II (UNC GENR 150)|
|HIS 131||American History I (UNC HIST 127)|
|HIS 132||American History II (UNC HIST 128)|
|POL 120||American Government (UNC POLI 100)|
|PSY 150||General Psychology (UNC PSYC 101)|
|SOC 210||Introduction to Sociology (UNC SOCI 101)|
|Mathematics (select two courses)||8|
|MAT 171||Precalculus Algebra (UNC MATH 110P)|
|MAT 172||Pre-calculus Trigonometry (UNC MATH 130 + MATH 110P)|
|MAT 263||Brief Calculus (UNC MATH 152 + MATH 110P)|
|MAT 271||Calculus I (UNC MATH 231 + MATH 129P + MATH 110P)|
|MAT 272||Calculus II (UNC MATH 232 + MATH 110P)|
|Natural Sciences (select 8 SCH from the following courses):||8|
|AST 151/151A||General Astronomy I and Lab (UNC ASTR 101/101L)|
|BIO 110||Principles of Biology (UNC GENR 130)|
|BIO 111 & 112||General Biology I & II (UNC BIOL 101/101L + BIOL 279/279L)|
|CHM 151 & 152||General Chemistry I & II (UNC CHEM 101/101L +CHEM 102/102L)|
|GEL 111||Introduction Geology (UNC GEOL 101/101L)|
|PHY 110/110A||Conceptual Physics and Lab (UNC PHYS 101)|
|PHYS 151 & 152||College Physics I & II (UNC PHYS 104 + PHYS 105)|
|PHYS 251 & 252||General Physics I & II (UNC PHYS 116 + PHYS 117)|
Students who complete both ENG 111 and 112 receive credit for UNC ENGL 100 + ENGL 105.
Course may have prerequisite(s). Consult the North Carolina Community College Combined Course Library for most current information.
ECO 251 + 252 = UNC ECON 101 + UNC GENR 140.
Applying to Carolina
- The Office of Undergraduate Admissions provides information about the application process for transfer students.
Advising and Community College Course Selection
- For UGETC, Pre-Major, Elective, or GEC course options, please refer to the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement transfer course list.
- Students should work with their community college academic advisor to ensure appropriate course selection for AA/AS degree completion.
- To find out how your N.C. community college coursework will transfer to UNC, please view the Common Curriculum.