COH Interprofessional (COHI)

Courses

COHI A420 Physical Activity and Aging 3 Credits

Examines the effects of exercise and physical activity on the process of aging. Introduces physiological and psychological changes that occur, chronic diseases associated with aging, and factors to consider when structuring exercise programs for older adults. Develops knowledge and skills necessary for understanding, leading, or participating in physical activity and education programs for seniors.
Special Note: May be repeated twice for credit.
Registration Restrictions: Instructor approval

Prerequisites: KIN A181 with a minimum grade of C or HS A220 with a minimum grade of C or HS A305 with a minimum grade of C or PSY A450 with a minimum grade of C.

COHI A478 Interdisciplinary Exploration of Alaska's Critical Behavioral Health Issues 3 Credits

Engages students in an in-depth, interdisciplinary exploration of Alaska's critical behavioral health issues, including domestic violence and sexual assault, substance abuse, mental health, and suicide. Examines theoretical causation, prevention response, and intervention from the following discipline perspectives: justice, social work, human services, nursing and public health.
Special Note: Not available for credit to students who have completed COHI A678.
Registration Restrictions: Junior or senior standing
May Be Stacked With: COHI A678

COHI A490 Selected Topics in Interprofessional Education 1-6 Credits

Addresses selected topics in health, healthcare, and/or health services using the principles and values of interprofessional education and practice with faculty and students from various professional fields and experience; and, discusses theories and practice related to the disciplines represented in the course.
Special Note: May be repeated for credit with a change of subtitle.
Registration Restrictions: Junior or senior standing
May Be Stacked With: COHI A690

COHI A678 Interdisciplinary Exploration of Alaska's Critical Behavioral Health Issues 3 Credits

Engages students in an in-depth, interdisciplinary exploration of Alaska's critical behavioral health issues, including domestic violence and sexual assault, , substance abuse, mental health, and suicide. Examines theoretical causation, prevention response, and intervention from the following discipline perspectives: justice, social work, human services, nursing and public health.
Special Note: Not available for credit to students who have completed COHI A478.
Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing
May Be Stacked With: COHI A478

COHI A690 Selected Topics in Interprofessional Education 1-6 Credits

Addresses selected topics in health, healthcare, and/or health services at an advanced level using the principles and values of interprofessional education and practice with faculty and students from various professional fields and experience; and, discusses theories and practice related to the disciplines represented in the course.
Special Note: May be repeated for credit with a change of subtitle.
Registration Restrictions: Graduate standing
May Be Stacked With: COHI A490