Health Sciences, BS
The Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences degree requires 45 units total, including the major, concentration, elective certificate, and elective and distribution courses.
Students take eight core courses and choose a major concentration in Strategic Management to focus on administration, Public Health to focus on health policy and social issues, or Biology for Health Sciences to enhance existing allied health positions. Health Sciences students also select an elective certificate comprised of four courses from outside of the major.
Program begins Fall 2024.
Core and Major Concentrations
8 core courses in health sciences
- Strategic Management
- Public Health
- Biology for Health Sciences
Elective certificates provide students with the opportunity to build skills in a wide range of areas to meet career objectives and earn a stand-alone credential to demonstrate expertise in the professional arena.
- Artificial Intelligence
- Business Essentials
- Corporate Communication and Branding
- Data Science
- Health, Science, and Society
- Human Resources
- Law and Policy
- Research and Analytics
- Social Justice
- Strategic Communication
In addition to the core courses, major concentration, elective certificate, and elective courses, the B.S. degree requires 14 units of distribution courses that includes a writing requirement and courses from three areas: humanities, science and math, and social sciences. Two distribution courses focus on diversity and inclusion, one course within the United States and one course within global perspectives. Students complete a philosophy course on professional ethics for one of the four humanities distribution courses.
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|Scientific Inquiry and Quantitative Reasoning||4|