Bachelor of Science in Health Science - Health Sciences
The Bachelor of Science in Health Science with a major in Health Sciences is a degree program that meets the needs of adult learners who want to assume leadership roles within health care organizations. This program was designed for those who have an earned Associate of Applied Science degree in Allied Health or 30 credit hours in healthcare coursework. This degree is especially attractive to professionals already working in healthcare related professions such as nutrition, physical therapy, occupational therapy, dental care, radiography, and much more. Up to 30 credits earned in an Associate in Applied Science degree related to health care or human services will be accepted (credits are evaluated by the Methodist College Registrar).
Methodist College offers the Bachelor of Science in Health Science program in several formats to meet the needs of adult learners, including online and hybrid options, that could be delivered using video conferences to create a dynamic learning environment that students can experience from their home or office. The BSHS degree program provides a curriculum in areas of general leadership and in healthcare topics such as informatics in healthcare, healthcare management, and financial management. The final semester of the program includes an internship at a healthcare or human services organization, that can be designed to fit in a student's work schedule, and in some cases, at the organization where the student works.
The Bachelor of Science in Health Science differs from the Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Management in admission, internship, and credit hour requirements.
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