Health SciencesBachelor of Science

"We participate in projects that encourage us to identify issues within healthcare and to recognize that it will be students such as us who will work to find the answers," says Jennifer Jacque '20. "We have learned about, for instance, blockchain technology and how it can be used to address some of the challenges facing the healthcare industry."

Want to help shape healthcare for the 21st century?

Our B.S. in Health Sciences program combines an understanding of biological sciences, humanities and social sciences with healthcare industry-specific knowledge and the network and practical experiences you need to excel in the fast-growing healthcare field.

Predicted to be one of the largest employers in the coming decade, the healthcare industry will also be one of the most competitive. Our program prepares you to meet this challenge.

A strong program that gives you a strong competitive edge. Our B.S. in Health Sciences program is both innovative and rigorous so that you graduate prepared to make a meaningful contribution to your future employer or to gain admission to the graduate program of your choice.

Several features contribute to the strength of the program:

  • a curriculum designed in partnership with regional, national and international healthcare corporations, health systems, and nonprofit organizations.
  • a focus on instilling of broad technical skills as well as the organizational competencies needed for entry-level positions in a wide range of healthcare organizations, companies and agencies
  • a broad multidisciplinary health sciences core with faculty from across the university
  • Unrestricted electives allowing students to explore minors of their choice, do a semester abroad, or pursue a 4+1 bachelor's/master's degree program in 5 years
  • multiple tracks allowing specialization in key allied health fields
  • a required internship experience and capstone course
  • an impressive list of industry partnerships
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Envision Your Future

The information below is designed to show the many possible careers you could pursue with your major. The research is provided by Encoura, the leading research and advisory firm focused exclusively on higher education. It includes median national salaries and industry growth projections over the next decade. Click here to view the full report.

$96K

Healthcare Administrator

15% Growth 2017-2027

$50K

Laboratory Technologist

14% Growth 2017-2027

$60K

Medical Sales Representative

9% Growth 2017-2027

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