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Catalog

SUNY Cortland    
 
    
 
  Sep 26, 2017
 
2009-2010 Undergraduate Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Health Department


Moffett Center, Room 105
(607) 753-4225

www.cortland.edu/health/

School

Professional Studies

Faculty

Bonni Hodges (Chair), Sarah C. Beshers, Laura Campbell, Kathryn Coffey, Jena N. Curtis, Joseph F. Governali, John Leary, Corey Ryon, Barbara Shiplett, Alan Sofalvi, Tony Trunfio, Donna M. Videto, Ben Wodi

Adjunct Faculty

For a listing of adjunct faculty see the Faculty and Administration  section.

Programs Offered


Bachelor of Science in Community Health
Bachelor of Science in Education in Health Education
Bachelor of Science in Human Service Studies (2+2 Capping Program)

Majors Offered

Community Health
Health Education
Human Service Studies Capping Program

Concentrations Offered

Allied Health
College Health Promotion and Prevention Services
Environmental Health
Health Care Administration and Planning
Health Communication
International Health
Wellness/Health Promotion

Description

The health programs at Cortland provide majors with professional preparation experiences designed to help students develop skills and background required for positions in a variety of health professions and for admission into advanced degree programs.

Health Department graduates work in a wide range of health and educational settings, including county health departments, hospitals and other health care facilities, community health organizations, corporate and private wellness facilities, environmental agencies, schools and universities.

The department combines academic course work with out-of-class experiences that provide direct contact with health and education professionals. Such experiences include a well-developed internship program and independent study opportunities.

Special Features

  • Internships and independent study
  • Health Science honorary: chapter of Eta Sigma Gamma
  • Study abroad in London, Belize, Australia and Africa
  • Course work with integrated technology and computers
  • Variety of concentrations

Requirements

  1. Degree requirements listed here  apply to the majors offered by this department. 
  2. Liberal Arts Requirements: 60 credit hours

Programs

Major

Courses