The minor in Behavioral Healthcare is available to students interested
in pursuing a career in the field of behavioral health in conjunction
with any undergraduate major. It should be particularly beneficial to
persons majoring in disciplines such as psychology, social work,
sociology, anthropology, gerontology, long term care administration,
pre-med, criminology, and nursing.
A student completing a field placement in Psychology, Social Work, or other human services discipline may request an exemption (from the advisor) from MHS 4425 and may substitute an approved elective. Students must apply to take MHS 4425 Field Experience in Behavioral Healthcare two semesters before taking the course. This course has three prerequisites: MHS 3411 with a B- or higher, MHS 4002, and MHS 4408. The application, application deadlines, and additional information about the course can be found on the Field Experience webpage: http://www.usf.edu/cbcs/mhlp/students/field-experience.aspx
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There are additional requirements for this minor such as grade, GPA, and/or foreign language requirements.