The Bachelor of Science degree in Health Professions: Healthcare Studies is an interdisciplinary program for students who are interested in exploring various aspects of health professions. The program is designed to provide students with a solid foundation for entry-level positions in health professions settings.
Requirements for Graduation
Bachelor of Science in Health Professions: Healthcare Studies: 120 credit hours. Attainment of the degree requires satisfactory completion of 120 semester hours of credit. Each student must complete a core requirement of 59 general education credits. The remaining 61 credit hours will be comprised of a minimum of 43 credit hours in the major including any of the following two concentration areas, and additional elective credits to equal 120 credits. A minimum of grade of C+ is required in all courses.
Learning Outcomes: (Curriculum Objectives)
Upon completion of this program, students will:
- Demonstrate skill in critical thinking, quantitative reasoning, communication, basic ethics and professional standards specific to various health professions.
- Utilize a broad range of academic proficiencies which enhance opportunities for pursuing an advanced degree in a chosen health profession.
- Apply knowledge and skills necessary to successfully function in entry-level positions in a variety of health professions settings.