Interprofessional Practice, Concentration
Curriculum integration of interprofessional education is part of the formation and development of health professions students at Saint Louis University.
Interprofessional learning experiences start in the freshmen year. As undergraduates, students earn the following professional degrees with a concentration in interprofessional practice:
- Athletic Training (B.S.)
- Communication Sciences and Disorders (B.S)
- Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapeutics (B.S)
- Nursing (B.S.)
- Nutrition and Dietetics (B.S.)
- Occupational Science (B.S.)
- Physical Therapy (B.S.)
A Concentration in Interprofessional Practice is recognized with the completion of four designated courses.
|IPE 1100||Introduction to Interprofessional Health Care||1|
|IPE 3500||Health Care Systems and Health Promotion||3|
|IPE 4200||Applied Decision-Making in Interprofessional Practice||3|
|IPE 4900||Interprofessional Community Practicum||2|
Students must maintain a GPA of 2.00 in Interprofessional coursework.