What You Can Do With A Health Sciences Degree
Hodges’ Bachelor’s in Health Sciences is a multidisciplinary studies degree for health science majors that allows students to complete our core curriculum while choosing select electives best suited to their chosen graduate studies and career objectives.
Receive personalized attention that helps you choose electives that will help you lay a foundation for graduate school for careers such as physicians, physician assistants, therapists, medical scientists, and more.
Our health sciences degree is an ideal choice for those looking for careers in healthcare positions such as wellness, supervisory roles, administrative/clerical, communications, or health education.
Health Sciences is an ideal bachelor’s degree path for graduates from Hodges U AA or AS in PTA, Nursing, EMS, or Healthcare Office Administration. Those who have graduated from our AS in PTA or AS in EMS programs may be able to earn the BS degree faster by completing a few general education courses, chemistry and microbiology, and some additional elective credits without taking other chemistry or biology courses.
Develop knowledge and skills in critical thinking, planning, organizational, collaborative, and computer/written skills in our lab environments; skills that may help you achieve success in your career starting day one.
Exceptional Training For Your Health Career
Learn in our newly renovated Health Sciences Building, where you will have the opportunity to network and mentor with fellow students preparing you to work in collaborative environments.
Gain in-depth skills in stimulating lab environments where you will have the opportunity to transform bacteria to make it glow, extract DNA from fungi, and even test your own DNA.
Acquire experience in how to perform analysis on DNA using lab equipment found in the workplace such as DNA extraction columns, centrifuges, electrophoresis instruments, and PCR machines.
Receive training in chemistry classes about potential uses of household chemicals.
Discover the sources of energy in food, and how the body processes this energy.
Develop skills in the proper use of Personal Protective Equipment.
Train on how to follow sterile techniques (avoid/protect from contaminations) and explore the prevalence of microorganisms (bacteria and mold) through interactive microbiology labs.
Hodges University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.
Why Choose Hodges University?
Small Class Sizes
Accelerated Graduation Ability
Diverse Program Delivery Options That Fit Your Life
Proven Workforce-Based Curriculum Taught By Award-Winning Professors
Monthly Start Dates
Take One Class at a Time for Most Courses