The Health Science Program is for any allied health practitioner who holds a certificate or license, and wants to use this degree for career advancement or change, to enhance job security, or to satisfy personal fulfillment.
Graduates of the program work in hospital laboratories, private or reference laboratories, pharmaceutical companies, the insurance industry, doctor鈥檚 offices, HMO鈥檚 and clinics, veterinarian hospitals, assisted living facilities, long-term care facilities, research and sales.
Graduates of the program will be able to:
- Communicate effectively through writing.
- Effectively express ideas through verbal communication.
- Use mathematical concepts to solve problems.
- Demonstrate the ability to use the scientific method of inquiry to complete exercises in a laboratory setting.
- Demonstrate computer skills.
- Demonstrate the ability to analyze human behavior.
- Demonstrate college level learning through Prior Learning Assessment.
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Students in the Health Science program must have non-degree certification or licensure in an allied health field.