Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences
Prepare for advanced clinical practice, leadership and management with a Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences. Learn online, in person, or with a blend of both options. Either way, you’ll enjoy working in a small class setting alongside expert faculty who support your personal and professional growth.
Students who take the hybrid classes meet once a week year-round, completing the curriculum in approximately seven semesters. Students who transfer credits, or who take additional courses per semester, may complete the degree in less time.
Applicants must have graduated from a regionally accredited associate program or hospital-based health sciences program with a 2.0 minimum GPA. They must also provide their license, certification, registry or eligibility for the same.
Current students and alumni who have graduated within the last year can contact the Office of Admissions using the form below for a quick application.
Applicants need to be working a minimum of 8 hours a week in a health care setting.
Upon proof of certification, registration, or licensure, students are awarded 33 lower division Heath Science credits for their coursework completed through their Associates degree or diploma program.
Sciences and Humanities Requirements (56 credits)
|BIO 185 or BIO 230||Microbiology or Immunology||3|
|NOTE: Two of three science electives must be 4 credits in order to total 17 credits.|
|Social Sciences Courses||Credits|
|ECO 150||Survey of Economics||3|
|ECO 310||American Health Care System||3|
|SOC 100 or SOC 200||Introduction to Sociology or Cultural Diversity||3|
|SOC 300||Social Problems||3|
|PSY 100||General Psychology||3|
|Mathematics/Computer Science Courses||Credits|
|MAT 140 or MAT 150 or MAT 160||Introduction to Statistical Thinking or Clinical Mathematics for the Health Sciences or College Algebra or any college-level math class||3|
|ENG 100||English Composition||3|
|ENG 300||Advanced Composition for Health Care||3|
|PHI 330||Ethical Issues in Health Care||3|
|Humanities Elective||Any course with an ENG, HUM or PHI prefix||3|
|General Elective Courses||Credits|
|Any 300- or 400-level course||3|
Health Sciences, Interprofessional Collaborative and Concentration Requirements (31 credits)
|Health Sciences Courses||Credits|
|HSC 300||Organizational Behavior||3|
|HSC 322||Teaching and Learning||3|
|Interprofessional Collaborative Courses||Credits|
|IPC 302||Introduction to Capstone||1|
|IPC 401||Research in Health Care||3|
|Option #1: Clinical Management Concentration Courses||Credits|
|HCA 200||Principles of Health Care Administration||3|
|HCA 305||Data Analysis||3|
|HCA 335||Human Resources in Health Care||3|
|HCA 410||Health Care Quality||3|
|HCA 415||Health Care Finance||3|
|Option #2: Advanced Practice/Sciences Concentration Courses||Credits|
|Students who choose this option will work with their advisor to determine appropriate advanced practice or science courses which will fit this concentration and prepare them for their envisioned future career and/or educational plans.||15|