Our programs are on a regular cycle of review, during which outcomes
are updated and revised. Course SLOs are mapped to Program SLOs.
Program SLOs are mapped to ILOs. Mappings and program information are
recorded in reports in CurricUNET.
Programs are also fully described in the catalog.
Upon completion of this program, the student will be able to:
• Analyze the various factors that shape health and illness of individuals and communities and propose and compare strategies to improve
• Demonstrate communication skills that enhance interpersonal relations and value cultural awareness and sensitivity.
• Examine the causes of health inequities and critically analyze theoretical models and research findings.
• Access, interpret and analyze health data; design tools, measures and apply statistical models to understand and improve community health.
• Meet the requirements for transfer to health education and related programs in the California State University System.
Course-level SLOs are recorded in the official
course outline of record in CurricUNET. Course outlines are on a
regular cycle of review, during which class outcomes are updated and