Community Health and Prevention Sciences Option Baccalaureate Track

This is a Baccalaureate Track for students to earn their AA degree through Missoula College, followed by a BS in Health & Human Performance with an option in Community Health through the UM mountain campus.

This plan assumes that the student places into M 115 and WRIT 101. Should the student place below these levels, additional coursework may be required; this, in turn, may extend the length of the overall plan.

Several courses included in the plan are major-restricted (i.e. only students with certain majors may register for them in Cyberbear), and are indicated as such below. Students must acquire Registration Override forms signed by the instructor in order to enroll in these courses.

Year #1

Fall #1

This table gives the recommended course load for Fall #1 semester, Year #1 year.
CourseCredits
M 115 3
WRIT 101 3
COMX 111A 3
Mtn: HTH 110 3
Mtn: (Y) Democracy & Citizenship 3-4
Total Credits15-16

Spring #1

This table gives the recommended course load for Spring #1 semester, Year #1 year.
CourseCredits
PSYX 100S 3
ANTY 101H* 3
BIOH 108 3
Mtn: KIN 205** 3
Mtn: CHMY 121N 3
Total Credits15

  • * If the (Y) course taken Fall #1 is also an (H) Historical & Cultural Studies course, the student may opt to take a Missoula College course that satisfies solely the (X) Genderal Education Requirement category.
  • ** These courses are major-restricted; the student must obtain a registration override from the professor in order to enroll in this course.

Year #2

Fall #2

This table gives the recommended course load for Fall #2 semester, Year #2 year.
CourseCredits
BIOH 201N/202N** 4
WRIT 121 3
(L) Literary & Artistic Studies 3
Mtn: STAT 216 4
Mtn: WGS 263S 3
Total Credits17

Spring #2

This table gives the recommended course load for Spring #2 semester, Year #2 year.
CourseCredits
BIOH 211N/212N** 4
NUTR 221N 3
(E) Ethical & Human Values 3
Mtn: KIN 201 3
Mtn: BIOM 250N 3
Total Credits16

  • ** These courses are major-restricted; the student must obtain a registration override from the professor in order to enroll in this course.

Fall #2

  • Complete AA degree graduation application

Spring #2

  • AA degree earned
  • Fill out paperwork to become mountain campus student