Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences

NOTE: The University is no longer accepting applications and is not actively enrolling for this degree. The University is only accepting new applications based on established articulation agreements for the purposes of a teach-out.

The Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences (BSHS) program prepares individuals to plan, implement, and evaluate programs for health and human services such as those offered by health departments, health agencies, clinics, hospitals, and businesses and health care industries.

Tuition Rate:


(including fees)

Monthly Payment Plan:

$295 per month

This program prepares you with the skills necessary to have a positive impact on the quality of services available to meet this need in a growing population.

All students in the Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences program are required to complete common requirements in general education courses, Health Sciences core courses (including capstone course), and one of the following concentrations:

  • Gerontology
  • Health Education
  • Health Services Administration

Please refer to the University Catalog for information on program and general education requirements.

Core Requirements:45 Credits
Concentration Requirements:15 Credits
Science and Math Required Courses:14 Credits
General Education Requirements:46 Credits
Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences Total:120 Credits
Core Requirements:
Science and Math Required Courses:
Concentration in Gerontology:
Concentration in Health Education:
Concentration in Health Services Administration: