Gain Advanced Knowledge of Health Care.

Stay on the Cusp of a Changing Field.

With the health care field changing rapidly, Nova Southeastern University will prepare you to be on the cutting edge of the profession and provide you with the tools for success. Many hospitals and health care facilities now require, at minimum, a bachelor’s degree, and our interdisciplinary program will pave an efficient and effective path to a fulfilling career. Professionals choosing NSU for health science degree completion include military technicians, respiratory therapists, health care administrators and volunteers, dental hygienists, radiology technicians, ultrasound technicians and more.

NSU’s curriculum is designed to build upon the existing knowledge base of the health care professional while focusing on the overall health care picture. Leadership, diversity, interprofessionalism and conflict resolution are among the hallmarks of our program.

Why Should You Major in Health Science at NSU?

Plot your own course to advancement

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 health science gives you many choices of advancement.

Learn more about Career Preparation

Average Starting Salary

Salaries you can earn with a Bachelor of Science in Health Science vary widely because of the many career offerings associated with this degree. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics some of the average annual salaries of popular jobs include:

  • Health Education Specialist – $60,500
  • Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technologist and Technician – $54,780
  • Respiratory Therapist – $61,330
  • Dental Hygienist – $76,220
Shark Destinations

Because of the aging population and major changes in the health care market, health science careers are expected to see substantial growth over the next decade and into the future. Job growth rate for most health science occupations is expected to double, triple or even quadruple between 2018 and 2028 for all health science occupations combined, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. You will find openings in the job market locally, statewide, nationally and internationally.