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Personal Care Pathway from AAS to Masters Degree

Maricopa Community Colleges
AAS Beauty and Wellness
 Arizona State University
BAS Health Entrepreneurship and Innovation
personal care, entrepreneurship, innovation, & health
 Arizona State University
Master of Healthcare Innovation
Prior Learning Credit
31 (Cosmetologist)
19 (Hair Stylist)
   Create pathway for 11 shared hours from
BAS to MHI
Required (9)
Select nine (9) credits (at MCC)
 Required (34) Required (26)
  • BAW 298 Special Projects (1-3) - E
  • GBS/HEC 132 Personal & Family Financial Security (3) - E
  • MGT 253 Owning and Operating a Small Business (3) - E
  • MKT 110 Marketing and Social Networking (3) - E

 

  • NEW: HCI 4XX Professional Practice (3)
  • HCI 484 Internship (1)
  • HCR 400 Evidence-Based Practice for the Health Care Professional (3)

Health Entrepreneurship & Innovation (18)

  • HCI 311 Health Care Innovation
  • HCI 412 Systems Innovation
  • HCI 425 Facilitating Innovation for outcomes
  • HCI 428 Technology: A tool for innovation
  • NEW: HCI 4XX Public Speaking for Innovation (will submit for L designation)
  • NEW: HCI 344 Management for Innovation

Integrative Health (9)

  • NEW: HCR 4XX Mindfulness & Resiliency
  • HCR 341 Biological, Manipulative, & Body-Based Therapies  OR   HCR 343 Historical and Cultural Foundations of Integrative Health Care
  • HCR 440 Interprof Approaches to Integrative Health

 

  •  HCI 538 Innovation and the Individual (3)
  • HCI 540 Understanding and Applying Principles of Evidence-Based Practice (3)
  • HCI 542 Systems Thinking in a Complex Environment (3)
  • HCI 544 IT for Health Care Innovation (3)
  • HCI 548 Advanced Principles and Concepts of Innovation (3)
  • HCI 550 Health Care Policy and Innovation (3)
  • HCI 552 Financing for Innovation (3)
  • HCI 554 Outcomes Evaluation (3)
  • HCI 561 Innovation Methods (2)
 General Education  General Education (19)  
  •  ENG 101 First-Year Composition
  • ENG 102 First-Year Composition
  • COM 100 Intro Communication (SB) OR COM 110 Interpersonal Communication (SB) or COM 225 Public Speaking (L) or COM 230 Small Group Communication (SB)
  • CRE 101 Reading Literacy (L)
  • MAT 140/141/142/145/146 College Math or higher (MA)
  • Science (SQ)
  • Humanities (HU)
  • Social and Behavioral (SB): PSY 101 Intro Psychology (SB) or PSY 132 Psychology Culture or SOC 101 Intro Sociology or SOC 157 Sociology of Fam & Rel or SWU 250 Stress Management or WED 110 (Wellness)
 
  •  Science (SQ)
  • HCR 210 Ethics Health Care Professional (HU)
  • HCR 230 Culture and Health (C & G)
  • Upper division Historical (H). Recommend FAS / SOC 324 Work and the Workplace, SOC 352 Social Change, SOC 418 Aging and the Life Course, SSH 301 Global History of Health, WST 376 Feminist Theory, WST 377 History of Feminist Thought
  • HCR 310 Fundamentals of Human Trafficking (SB)
  • Computer Literacy (CS)
  
General Electives Restricted Electives (7)
Minimum 5 hours upper division

Students pursuing the accelerated pathway to MHI will take HCI 538 and HCI 561 as their electives (5 credits). Students will have 2 elective credits remaining. 
  Electives (3)
    Culminating Experience (5)

HCI 563 Capstone: Final Innovation Project

     
60 Hours 60 Hours  34 hours (-11 shared hours)

     Courses highlighted in blue are new courses in development.
     Courses highlighted in green are shared courses for the accelerated bachelors/masters pathway (HCR 400 for HCI 540, HCI 425 for MHI elective, HCI 538 and HCI 561 for BAS restricted electives.