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The Bachelor of Science in Health Studies is an online degree completion program designed to provide an accelerated degree pathway for students interested in pursuing an undergraduate degree in health and science. Through this program, students will have the opportunity to maximize their prior college-level course work or associate's degree in science or health care or a related field and transfer any military credits in the pursuit of a bachelor's degree. This program incorporates a solid health and science core with a general education curriculum reflecting the goals of Franciscan Higher Education. Completion of this program will prepare students to pursue a graduate professional healthcare degree, enter the workforce, or advance in their career.
Note: students intending to pursue a graduate degree, should check into the program's requirements and any prerequisites so appropriate electives can be taken.
Health Studies Program Graduates have pursued careers in:
Some of the Companies that hire our Graduates include:
BIOL 111 - Introduction to Biology: Molecules, Cells, and Animal Physiology BIOL 205 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I BIOL 206 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II BIOL 214 - Clinical Microbiology CHEM 113 - Human Chemistry I CHEM 114 - Human Chemistry II CPSC 101 - Introduction to Computer Systems PSYC 209 - Developmental Psychology PA 200 - Medical Terminology PHIL 312 - Health Care Ethics STAT 205 - Essentials of Statistics 15 credits of Restricted Electives *
ENGL 103 - Writing for a Discipline
ENGL 104 - Introduction to Literature
FNAR elective (3 credits)
HIST elective (3 credits)
LANG 102 or higher (3 credits)
MATH 107 or higher
PHIL 205 - Discovering Philosophy PSYC 101 Introduction to PsychologyRLST 205 - Faith and Franciscanism
RLST elective (300+ level)
6 credits General Education electives
SOC SCI electives (select two from Econ 101, PLSC 102, PLSC 103, SOC 101, SOC 102 or SOC 202
34 Free Electives - Students may transfer credits from other post-secondary schools or military into this area. As well, students may opt to add a minor and use this area to fulfill minor requirements.
Course Catalog Major Requirements
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