Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences
The Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences is designed for students interested in a health and human sciences career. This interdisciplinary degree draws from disciplines such as public health, psychology, biology, ethics and health care administration.
This degree is ideal for those who wish to pursue a broad-based degree in health science with the benefit of focusing in a specific area of Health and Human Services, as well as those who have earned an associate degree from a regionally accredited college or university in a health related field, and wish to continue their education
Students may select from three concentrations:
- Health Services Leadership & Management: The main focus of this concentration is home and community based services. Students will learn strategies that allow them to better serve those receiving support and medical care in their homes. Required classes focus on communication, finance, ethics, health informatics, leadership, and family relations. This concentration is available 100% online or on-campus.
- Health Sciences-Allied Health: This concentration is for graduates with an Associate of Applied Sciences in a health-related field. The remaining required courses to complete the Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences can be completed 100% online or on-campus.
- Preparatory Health Sciences: This concentration is designed to prepare students for a postgraduate or professional
degree in a health-related field. This option is not available online;
however, several courses may be completed at a distance, allowing for increased flexibility.
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