The Department of Health Sciences takes a multi-disciplinary approach to preparing undergraduate students for careers in the areas of health education and health promotion, public health, community health, health care delivery, disease prevention, and rehabilitation.
The Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences (BSHS) program offers two major tracks of study: the Health Educator Track and Pre-Professional Track. It also offers a Minor in Public Health. Visit the Program Options page to find out which track is right for you!
For more information on the Pre-professional Track, Health Educational Track, and Minor in Public Health, download the HANDBOOK FOR BSHS. Updated August 2017.
BSHS Advising & How to Declare a Health Sciences Major
To learn more about pursuing and declaring a Health Sciences Major, visit our Advising & Declaring a HS Major page.
BSHS Student Mailing List
The Department of Health Sciences maintains a mailing list for Bachelor of Science in Health Science students. This list is used to circulate scholarship opportunities (tuition waivers, etc.), share relevant job postings, and spread important program information. We average three emails per month and only faculty can send to this list. Visit the BSHS Student Mailing List to sign up.
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