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EHS MANAGEMENT CONCENTRATION LOWER-DIVISION REQUIREMENTS

Mathematics Courses (4 credits required)

Choose one of the following:

  • STAT 121: Introduction to Statistics of the Social Sciences
  • STAT 350: Statistics with Applications in the Biological Sciences

Social Sciences/Political Science (22 credits required)

  • SOCY 101: Basic Concepts in Sociology
  • PSYC 100: Introduction to Psychology
  • POLI 100: American Government
  • POLI 250: Public Administration
  • ECON 101: Principles of Microeconomics
  • ECON121: Principles of Accounting I
  • ECON122: Principles of Accounting II

Emergency Health Services (12–13 credits required)

Choose one of the following:

  • *EHS 200:  Concepts of Emergency Health Services
  • EHS 200 Y (tailored for first-year students)

You must complete all of the following 

  • EHS 115: Medical Terminology
  • EHS 202: Clinical Concepts and Practice I
  • EHS 203: Clinical Concepts and Practice II

*Transfer Students need to enroll during first semester at UMBC


English (3 credits required)

  • ENGL 393: Technical Writing

EHS MANAGEMENT CONCENTRATION UPPER-DIVISION REQUIREMENTS

Social Sciences/Political Science (6 credits required)

  • SOCY 351: Medical Sociology
  • POLI 354: Public Management and Personnel Systems

Emergency Health Services (27 credits required)

  • EHS 301: Planning Emergency Health Systems
  • EHS 311: Stress & Burnout
  • EHS 320: Disaster Management
  • EHS 350: Supervision & Operations
  • *EHS 351: Financial Management and Budgeting
  • *EHS 352: Microcomputer Applications in Health Services
  • EHS 360: Instructional Issues in EHS
  • EHS 400: Emergency Health Services Theory and Practice
  • EHS 430**: Research Topics in Emergency Health Services

Internship (7 credits minimum)

  • EHS 450 Emergency Health Services Practicum

Electives (26–38 credits required depending on Internship Credits)

SUGGESTED Electives to complete minor in Public Administration

  • POLI 350: The Policy-Making Process
  • POLI 352: Administrative Law
  • POLI 353: Govt. Budgeting and Financial Administration
  • POLI 450: Any POLI course between 440-459

Total Credits: 120

(Lower and Upper Division)

*Alternate course work may satisfy the requirement

**Research Options: EHS 430, PSYC 331, SOCY 300, SOCY 301, POLI 300

Emergency Health Services Course Catalogue [CLICK HERE]