B.S. Health Sciences (General) Program
Study of the field of Health Sciences provides individuals with a foundation of information related to specific areas of individual or public health including the management of healthcare resources, facilities, or programs. The curriculum is designed to provide the necessary knowledge for students pursuing careers in health related areas, or to enhance individual knowledge about matters relating to healthcare. Classes are offered online.
The B.S. in Health Sciences Program is designed for undergraduate students who wish to pursue their studies in health, healthcare, and public health. This degree is geared toward developing health professionals who are empowered to promote the health and well-being of the populations they serve. The major is intended for students interested in career advancement or for those whose goal is to work in the health professions providing service to individuals and communities. Students interested in pursuing occupational therapy, physical therapy, chiropractic, nutrition, physician assistant or accelerated nursing programs after they graduate should plan early to incorporate the course requirements for those programs, if possible, into their Health Sciences Degree.
Acceptance to the University does not constitute admission to the upper division Health Science Program. Students entering UWF or declaring a major in Health Sciences will automatically be placed in a pending status until they meet the requirements for admission.
- Students must have a cumulative GPA of 2.50 in all previously attempted college work.
- Students must successfully complete all prerequisite courses with a grade of "C" or better.
- Students will not be admitted to the program less than one week before the beginning of the term in which they have applied.
- Students must complete the Health Sciences Application form.
Not all states authorize online programs, if you are residing outside of Florida you will want to check the status of your state's acceptance of this program.