Bachelor of Science in Health Services

Move your health care career forward 

Whether you are just starting to pursue a degree in the health care field or you are a returning student, we have options for you. 

Gain a solid foundation of knowledge in health care, health care systems, global health, legal issues, grant writing, leadership and more. 

Health services- clinical services track 

Designed for pre-credentialed, allied health professionals, this track may help take your clinical career to the next level. Within this track, clinical education credits may count toward the completion of a bachelor's degree.

Completing the clinical services track

This program is for students who already hold an allied health associate degree or a certificate. In order to transfer, the hours had to have been earned at an accredited institution. We will evaluate your transfer credits individually. You can transfer in a maximum of 53 hours towards this degree.

Advance your career. Build on these careers::
  • Dental assistant/hygienist
  • Electrocardiogram (EKG) tech
  • Medical lab tech
  • Medical technologist
  • Occupational therapy assistant
  • Pharmacy tech
  • Respiratory therapist

 


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Establish a strong foundation on which to build a graduate degree.
This degree provides the foundation for pursuing a graduate degree in public health or health administration. 

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Maximize your investment of time and money. 
We put the cost of college within reach with affordable tuition. Financial aid and scholarships are available.

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Become part of a growing field of health care professionals.  
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of medical and health services managers is projected to grow 20 percent from 2016 to 2026.

This program is part of the McQueary College of Health and Human Services. Find out more about admissionprogram requirements and degree plans.

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