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Bachelor of Health Science (B.H.Sc.)

Health care is changing rapidly, and you want to be prepared to advance with it. Many hospitals and other health care providers are now requiring professionals to obtain the minimum of a bachelor's degree, and our online, interdisciplinary programs help you get there efficiently. Professionals choosing NSU for health science degree completion include military technicians, respiratory therapists, dental hygienists, physician assistants, radiology technicians, ultrasound technicians, and more. Join them.

What you'll study
Earn your bachelor's degree with as few as 30 credits in compelling subjects such as conflict resolution and epidemiology. Another theme is leadership in health care. Special tracks support both those interested in Healthcare Administration and Occupational Therapy Assistants who want to pursue a graduate degree at the Masters and Doctoral level.

How you'll learn more
A fully online curriculum gives you freedom to continue working and to study where you live. Our faculty understands the working professional, and you'll receive excellent advice and guidance to advance your career and education.

Where it can take you
Health care professionals know they need continuing education to advance their skills and remain competitive. A leadership role within your current profession could come next, or you may realize your potential in a new field. Earning a bachelor's degree in the health sciences gives you many choices for advancement.

For more information on admissions requirements, please visit the BHS Admissions and Applications Page.

For more information on the application procedure, please see the BHS Admissions and Applications Page.

For information about this topic, please visit the tuition and fees page.
For more information on the curriculum and course offerings, please see the catalog page.
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