Bachelor of Science, Health Sciences

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Bachelor of Science, Health Sciences

The Profession

With the health profession growing in exciting directions each year, a bachelor's degree in health sciences opens the door to limitless career options and tracks. Health science professionals work in a variety of sites, including hospitals, clinics, medical offices and health-related businesses. They also work in education centers, pharmacies, sports arenas, wellness centers or in a patient’s home.

The Program

Seminole State's Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in Health Sciences, an interdisciplinary program designed in collaboration with more than 50 Central Florida healthcare industry partners, offers a wide range of opportunities for those who want to begin or advance a career in healthcare.

The curriculum includes a central core of health science courses that allows students from various specializations the opportunity to work and collaborate.

Students gain critical in-depth knowledge, choosing from one of these six in-demand specializations:

  • Clinical Science
  • Community Paramedic
  • Health Coaching
  • Healthcare Management and Professional Services
  • Respiratory Therapy and Clinical Leadership
  • Simulation in Healthcare Education

Why Seminole State?

  • Unique degree option: Seminole State is the only public college or university in Central Florida to offer a degree of this type.
  • Convenience: Choose online classes to fit your schedule, or attend in-person sessions at Seminole State's Altamonte Springs Campus, which houses some of the top training and simulation environments in the region.
  • Industry-focused faculty: Our dedicated professors have real-world and classroom expertise.
  • Job placement: Seminole State's health programs have a proven track record of preparing graduates for success.

Career Opportunities

Driven by increased spending on healthcare services and legislative reforms, over the next decade, healthcare occupations are expected to add 2 million new jobs in the United States. This is the second-highest of any group.

A bachelor's degree in health sciences prepares you for careers such as:

  • Clinic Manager
  • Community Paramedic
  • Health Educator
  • Health Insurance Professional
  • Health and Wellness Coach
  • Hospital Manager
  • Medical and Health Services Manager
  • Medical Sales
  • Medical Simulation Specialist/Manager
  • Personal Trainer
  • Pharmaceutical Sales
  • Pharmacy Manager
  • Rehabilitation Clinic Manager
  • Respiratory Therapy Leader
  • Secondary and Postsecondary Health Educator

The degree also can prepare students for graduate study in numerous healthcare specialties that require a minimum of a master's or doctoral degree.

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