The School of Health Sciences is focused on providing you with the knowledge, skills and experiences that are necessary to prepare you for the 21st century healthcare workforce.
We focus on providing you with interdisciplinary training that allows you understand how healthcare organizations work and your future role in those organizations and in the broader healthcare industry. We also provide you practice in key healthcare skills such as teamwork, data analysis, oral and written communication and more.
B.S. in Dental Hygiene Online Degree Completion Program
Completing your B.S. in Dental Hygiene will enable you to advance in your career, pursue career possibilities beyond clinical practice, and boost your earning power. Our fully online program allows you to study at your own pace and is ideal for those with busy professional and personal lives.Learn More
Accelerated B.S. + M.S. in Nutrition Sciences
Our 5-year Accelerated Bachelor's + Master's program in Nutrition Sciences will give you the knowledge, training, and clinical experience to enter this dynamic and rewarding field as a Registered Dietitian or a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist.Learn More
B.S., A.S. in Paramedicine
The School of Health Sciences offers both associate and bachelor's degrees in Paramedicine, and our emphasis on anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology provides students with the tools needed to address basic and advanced pre-hospital medicine both today and in the future.
Paramedicine, B.S. with a minor in Fire Science is also offered in partnership with the Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences.Learn More
Paramedicine Degree Completion
Created specifically for paramedics certified through the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians, this degree completion program enables candidates to earn their bachelor’s degree while applying 56 credits of advanced standing from their NREMT certification.Learn More
B.S. in Public Health
Our B.S. in Public Health program prepares students to enter this field by providing them with a foundation in epidemiology, biostatistics, social and behavioral sciences, healthcare administration, and environmental health as well as the strategic thinking, administrative, planning, data collection and analysis, and communication skills that employers value highly and which lay the foundation for a lifetime of career success.Learn More