Bouvé College of Health Sciences encompasses three exceptional schools, Health Professions, Nursing, and Pharmacy. Together, these institutions leverage interdisciplinary collaboration and strategic synergies to tackle the world’s more pressing health challenges. It is this cross-pollination of academic rigor, interdisciplinary perspectives and globally recognized experiential learning that distinguishes Bouvé and its graduates.
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Interdisciplinary minors combine coursework from multiple departments, helping address the evolving and challenging demands of the academic and professional spheres. These minors are for undergraduate students from any discipline wishing to expand their understanding in areas related to health. Through these curricular experiences, undergraduate students can explore technology, data, law, early childhood development, and other topical relationships to health.
Data Science & Health Science
With Khoury College of Computer Science
Environmental Engineering & Health Science
With the College of Engineering
Health Science and Business Administration
With D’Amore McKim School of Business
Health Science and Psychology
With the College of Science
Health Science and Sociology
With the College of Social Sciences and Humanities
Master of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis (BS Psychology, CPS)
Master of Science in Applied Nutrition (CPS) (BS Health Science)
East Meets West: Mindfulness in a Digital World (HONR 1310-13 ) taught by Dr. Laura Dudley, Department of Applied Psychology.
Hopscotch, Soccer, and Broccoli: Implications of Neuroscience for Promoting Children’s Brain Health (HONR 3310-16 ) taught by Dr Lauren Raine, Department of Physical Therapy, Movement & Rehabilitation Science.
Mind, Body and Heart: Emerging Trends in Health Psychology (HONR 3310-19 ) taught by Dr. Irina Torodova, Department of Applied Psychology.
Angels, Venture Capitalists, and Health: Entrepreneurship in the Health Sciences (HONR 3310 – 22 ) taught by Dr. Jack Reynolds, School of Pharmacy.