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IBLCE Pathway 3 College Courses

Pathway 3 College Courses - What are Your Options?

The IBLCE requires 8 college level courses to qualify for the certification exam:

  1. Biology
  2. Human Anatomy
  3. Human Physiology
  4. Infant and Child Growth and Development
  5. Introduction to Clinical Research
  6. Nutrition
  7. Psychology or Counseling Skills or Communication Skills
  8. Sociology or Cultural Sensitivity or Cultural Anthropology

 

Here are a couple of options for the
8 college level courses required by the IBLCE for Pathway 3 students.
Global Health and LER
Walden University
GlobalHealth by Keypath Education has arranged a package of IBLCE required classes that can be taken as a package or individually. The courses are on-line and are offered by Northwestern State University of Louisiana.  Programs may not be available in all states. Please speak with your Enrollment Advisor about your options. Walden University and LER have partnered to provide you with another option for the 8 required college level courses. Please speak with the Enrollment Advisor about your options.
 
 
 

 

AVAILABLE COURSES (Seats are limited)
Global Health and LER
Walden University
Basic Concepts of Biological Science
SCI 1020
Introduction to Biology
BIOL 1001
Anatomy & Physiology I
BIOL 2250

(covers Human Anatomy and Human Physiology)
Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology
BIOL 3020
Developmental Psychology
PSYC 2050
Child Development
(Includes Developmental Psychology)
EDUC 1004
Child Development
FACS 2000
Research in Healthcare
ALHE 4520
Introduction to Clinical Research
CLRA 6100
Human Nutrition
NUTR 1030
Nutritional Science
BIOL 2320
General Psychology
PSY 1010
Introduction to Psychology
PSYC 1001
Principles of Sociology
SOC 1010
Introduction to Sociology
SOCI 1001
100% on-line without labs or prerequisites - 24 hour access to classes

Following are some additional tips and options to obtain this requirement for the IBLCE.

If you are unsure if the course that you are taking will qualify for the IBLCE exam, please review the information on the IBLCE website or you can contact the IBLCE.