Health Care

The Bachelor of Science in Health Care provides an academic foundation for students pursuing managerial, clinical or research careers in health care. The program includes a base of core courses that examines scientific, social, political, economic, ethical and organizational issues in health care and that also addresses implications for individual practice and public policy. This required core, drawn largely from the liberal arts, underscores the complex, interdisciplinary nature of health care today and the mandate for critical thinking, contextual understanding and ethical behavior across all related fields and careers. Grounded in these common questions and skill sets, students then pursue more specialized professional interests by selecting a concentration in either health care management or health sciences. 

The program equips students with an academic foundation for graduate or professional school or for work in a variety of health care professions, including (but not limited to) hospital administration, community health, public health, biomedical research, medicine, nursing, dentistry, and physical and occupational therapy.

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Contact:Kilinyaa Cothran