A successful health sciences career requires a broad knowledge base for the major elements of management, science, and health care practices. The Bachelor of Science degree in Health Sciences (BSHS) equips students with professional knowledge and practical skills in the health science professions in accordance with the university’s Christian heritage and mission.
Learn more about the career opportunities available with a B.S. in Health Sciences.
The B.S. in Health Sciences program prepares students for service in a variety of health care organizations, including hospitals, clinics, and public health institutions. Students complete the BSHS in order to gain promotions, develop management/leadership skills, and/or prepare for graduate-level studies.
- Integrate God’s Word within the health science industry and society
- Demonstrate effective oral and written communication
- Identify and evaluate key personal and organizational ethics affecting health care professionals
- Utilize technology in statistical analysis and data management
- Examine cultural and diversity issues within interpersonal health care
Choose from three different emphasis areas:
Note: This information is current for the 2014 academic year; however, all stated academic information is subject to change. To view 2014 program information, please refer to the APOU catalog.