Upon the completion of the undergraduate program in biobehavioral health, students will be able to:
- Describe and understand the fundamental biological, behavioral, social, cultural and environmental processes that influence health and disease.
- Explain how the fundamental processes underlying health and disease can interact to produce individual differences in health, and health disparities among groups.
- Critically evaluate current empirical research on health and disease, explaining implications and limitations to the lay public.
- Understand and apply ethical principles in the conduct of research and professional practice and in the analyses in implementations of health-related policies and programs.
- Plan, implement, and evaluate health promotion/disease prevention programs for diverse populations.