IPEC 170S. UNIVERSITY SUCCESS STRATEGIES FOR HEALTH SCIENCE. 1 Credit.
Notes: graded Pass/No Credit.
Students will learn to navigate the common challenges of the university experience while applying organizational and communication skills, and a sense of belonging to a relevant Success Plan necessary to enhance their success as university students and graduates in the health sciences.
IPEC 420S. INFORMATION LITERACY IN THE HEALTH SCIENCES. 2 Credits.
Notes: Geared for semester programs: Communication Sciences and Disorders, Health Sciences and Dental Hygiene undergraduate. Can be used as a general elective for Health Sciences Majors that are in semester programs.
Pre-requisites: junior standing.
Introducing concepts of information literacy in the health sciences, students will learn about the wide variety of information resources available to inform and direct their practice. Students will learn how to determine what types of information resources are needed, how to locate information resources efficiently, and how to evaluate the appropriateness of different resources for specific real-life scenarios faced by health science professionals.
IPEC 550S. INTRODUCTION TO HEALTH ENTREPRENEURSHIP. 1 Credit.
Notes: this is the first of three linked courses.
This course introduces students to the field of Health Entrepreneurship through an examination of relevant issues and approaches.
IPEC 551S. FUNDAMENTALS OF HEALTH ENTREPRENEURSHIP. 1 Credit.
Notes: this is the second in a series of three courses.
Pre-requisites: IPEC 550S.
This course provides students with an overview of fundamental concepts in the field of Health Entrepreneurship.
IPEC 552S. INTERMEDIATE HEALTH ENTREPRENEURSHIP. 2 Credits.
Notes: this is the third of three courses in health entrepreneurship.
Pre-requisites: IPEC 550S and IPEC 551S.
This course provides students with a practical orientation to further concepts in the field of Health Entrepreneurship.
IPEC 596S. EXPERIMENTAL. 1-5 Credits.