Health Sciences B.S. (General)
The B.S. in Health Sciences with a General concentration prepares you for a variety of healthcare professions that are in significant and growing demand. It offers maximum flexibility to customize your program of study to suit your own career goals and interests,
The program combines foundational science courses with a health sciences core comprising coursework primarily from psychology and health services administration. The curriculum includes two internships, one of which can optionally be replaced with a research project based on student interests. Further health electives can be tailored to the professional aspirations of each individual student in consultation with the faculty advisor and the success coach, maximizing your preparation for and success in entering the job market.
The RMU School of Nursing, Education and Human Studies is well-positioned to meet the needs of the region’s growing healthcare industry. The university provides a broad array of professional pathways in both clinical and non-clinical areas, management and leadership, pre-medical and allied health fields, and community health.
- 4-Year Course Plan
Freshman Year, Fall - 14 credits
Freshman Year, Spring - 16 credits
Sophomore Year, Fall - 15 credits
Sophomore Year, Spring - 16 credits
Junior Year, Fall - 15 credits
Junior Year, Spring - 15 credits
Senior Year, Fall - 15 credits
These are some of the classes for students in this academic program:
School of Nursing, Education and Human Studies
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