Bachelor of Health Sciences

Common Core (28-34 Hours): See common core courses
Foundations 12-18 hours
Freshman Writing (EN110 and EN111 0R EN120) 3 hours (6 hours if taking EN110 and EN111)
Oral Communications 3 hours
Algebra or Statistics: 3 hours (8 hours if taking MA099 and MA103I)
Advanced Writing (EN305 or EN306) 3 hours
Understanding Human Nature (12 hours)  
Religion 3 hours
Social Science with Constitution 3 hours
Literature 3 hours
Valuing or Social Science (General Psychology) 3 hours
Exploring the Nature of the Universe (4 hours)  
Science with Lab: 4 hours
Tier Two: Additional General Education Requirements (21 Hours)
Humanities or Fine Arts: 3 hours
Social Sciences (CJ, CT, EC, HI, PY, PS, or SO): See guidelines
Must include Developmental Psychology.
Must include advanced Psychology or Sociology that relates to health
Must include CT320 Interpersonal Communications
9 hours
Allied Health
Must include AH212 Medical Terminology
Must include AH316 Data Analysis for Allied Health
6
Sciences:
  • Additional science course with or without lab
3
Allied Health Concentration Coursework:  Hours taken from an associate level program in Allied Health are counted here.  34-54
Health Sciences Courses (24 hours, in addition to AH212 and AH316)  
HS304 Health Care Law 3
HS400 Health Care Informatics 3
HS410 Client Education and Health Care 3
HS314 Insurance, Coding and Billing in Health Care 3
HS420 Case Studies in Managerial Integrity 3
HS430 Issues in Current Professional Practice 3
HS440 Capstone: Business Management Practicum 6
Electives To Complete Min. 124 Hours  

Competencies, Tier II

  • Broaden students understanding of human nature for the purpose of developing therapeutic relationships and communication skills necessary in the healthcare environment.
  • Understand the basic structure and function of the human body.
  • Improve critical thinking skills.
  • Develop ethical leadership and decision making skills.
  • Evaluate career choices within healthcare services based on emerging skills and personal strengths and abilities.

 Health Science Competencies

  • Demonstrate leadership with technical proficiency and graduates demonstrate use of principles of management and leadership evidence in: management of fiscal, physical and human resources.
  • Apply critical thinking and problem solving to the provision of health care services evidenced by successful completion of internships or clinical practicums.
  • Incorporate the principles of communication, advocacy, and health care education into practice.
  • Exhibit commitment to individual growth as a lifelong learner evidenced by: continuing formal education, informal education: reading professional refereed journals, participating in shaping the healthcare delivery system.
    Demonstrate collaboration with other healthcare providers to promote the full human potential.
  • Exhibit commitment to individual growth as a lifelong learner evidenced by:
    1. continuing formal education, informal education: 
    2. reading professional refereed journals,         
    3. participating in shaping the healthcare delivery system.
    4. Demonstrate collaboration with other healthcare providers to promote the full human potential.