B.S. Health Sciences
Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences
Be part of a team! The Health Sciences team, that is. The Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences is a degree program for persons holding AA, AS or AAS degrees from an accredited two-year college, or the equivalent. A student holding an AA degree from a Florida community college and meeting all of the prerequisites can complete this degree in 60 semester hours. (18 hours Health Science major and 42 hours from one of the 7 specializations) Students not holding an AA from Florida will be required to meet UWF general studies and lower level requirements. Please see the UWF Catalog for details. Students entering the program without the prerequisite courses may be admitted to the program under the premise they will fulfill those requirements during the first two semesters.
This program is open to all students including UWF and transfer students. The BSHS trains students on issues impacting the design and deployment of health information systems and basic legal fundamentals of health care and public health. Students in this degree also study advances in health sciences research and technology, and learn to apply their knowledge to guide sound business analysis and decision making in health care. Students can pursue a track in one of seven concentration areas, with five of these tracks available completely online!
- Admission Information
- Course Catalog
- Academic Learning Compact
- Health Occupations Student Association
- Career Opportunities
Angela Hahn, PhD,
Academic Advisor and Assistant Program Director - BSHS
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To request additional information about this program, please complete and submit the Online Program Information Request form.