Health and Social Sciences (HSS)
HSS 100 Introduction to Health and Social Sciences (Unit: 1)
Success skills and learning strategies for freshmen. Review of academic preparedness, strengths and areas for development to create a plan leading to career opportunities. Personal and interpersonal behavior required for professional interactions. (Plus-minus ABC/NC, CR/NC allowed)
HSS 110 Critical Thinking/Student Success in Health & Social Sciences Fields (Units: 3)
Developing critical thinking (understanding, criticizing, and constructing arguments) as a foundation for college success skills and learning strategies for first time freshmen interested in Health and Social Science fields. Review of academic preparedness, strengths and areas for development to create a plan leading to career opportunities. [Formerly HSS 101]
(Note: In order for this course to satisfy General Education, students must earn a C- or CR or higher grade if taken fall 2014 or later.)
- A3: Critical Thinking
HSS 210 Social Justice in Action: A Health and Social Sciences Perspective (Units: 3)
Prerequisite: GE Area A2*.
- E: Lifelong Learning Develop
- Social Justice
HSS 425 Peer Mentor Support (Unit: 1)
Prerequisite: CHSS Peer2Peer mentors with permission of the instructor.
(This course is offered as A U 425/HSS 425. Students may not repeat the course under an alternate prefix.)
HSS 499 Culminating Experience Continuous Enrollment (Unit: 0)
HSS 699 Independent Study (Units: 1-3)
Prerequisite: Upper-division standing or permission of the instructor.
HSS 700 Graduate Writing in Health and Social Sciences (Units: 3)
Prerequisite: Must be a student in a college of Health and Social Science graduate program or permission of the instructor.