The Associate of Arts with a concentration in Allied Health degree provides a matriculation option for students not successful in completing the BSN degree program.
The elective courses listed in the AA with a concentration in Allied Health for the concentration areas of Allied Health, Athletic Training, and Nursing can be used to populate an Allied Health concentration for the Bachelor of Science in General Studies (BGS) degree or the Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Interdisciplinary Studies (IDS) with permission of the appropriate program director. The BGS degree or BA/BS with an IDS major must constitute at least 124 total hours and follow the competencies and requirements stated elsewhere in this catalog.
NU and AT course can be taken only when the student is actively enrolled in the particular degree program. The student may not enroll in these courses if she or he has not been accepted into or has been dismissed from the degree program. Additional courses from the Athletic Training and Nursing educational programs may be applied toward the Allied Health concentration for the BGS degree or the BA/BS with an IDS major with permission of the appropriate program director.