Health Sciences


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  • Program Overview

    The Health Sciences program is designed for, but not limited to, part-time, non-traditional students. Students may be admitted in the fall, spring or summer semester. Courses are offered on a three-semester-per-year basis. Online instruction is the primary method of content delivery.

    Students who successfully complete two three-hour courses per semester can generally expect a timely completion of the health sciences degree, whether in Track I or Track II. Advisers are available by telephone, e-mail or in person at several counseling centers throughout the state.

    About the profession

    Professionals from various and numerous health care disciplines choose to complete a degree in health sciences. Health care professionals may be eligible to enroll in one of two curriculum tracks in the Health Sciences program.

    Track I

    Track I is designed to enable licensed, registered, or certified health care practitioners who are graduates of a regionally accredited associate's degree health care program to earn a bachelor's degree.

    Track II

    Track II is designed to enable administrative support personnel in academic health science centers and other health care environments to earn a bachelor's degree. Its content focuses on the administrative functions necessary to maintain and operate successful health care centers.