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The Associate of Science in Health Sciences with a concentration in General (Military Training) is designed to prepare students for, or advances students within, an entry-level allied healthcare career. This program is specifically designed for the working allied healthcare practitioner who may have previously earned a recognizable specialty certification and/or completed military training and experience, but desire an Associates Degree.
Upon completion of an Associate of Science in Health Science, a student can continue on to complete the BS-HSCI degree.
Core Curriculum (18 hours)
ENGL 1311 Composition I
ENGL 1312 Composition II
Fine Arts (MUSI 1320 Music Appreciation or MUSI 3350 American Popular Music or MUSI 3348 Studies in World Music or MUSI 2346 History of Jazz or transfer)
RELS 1325 Religious Quest
Social Science (ANTH 1311 Cultural Anthropology or ANTH 2324 Native Peoples of North America or SOCI 1311 Introduction to Sociology or PSYC 1301 Introduction to Psychology or ECON 2301 Macroeconomics or other transfer)
MATH 1304 College Algebra or MATH 2303 Probability & Statistics
Major (10 hours)
BIOL 1401 Diversity of Life with Lab (4 hours)
HSCI 2310 Health Sciences I (3 hours)
HSCI 2320 Health Sciences II (3 hours)
Health Area Specialization (15-20 hours)
Transfer college work or appropriate military experience credit in an allied health area.
General Electives (Hours needed to meet 60 total credit hours)
Community Service (22 clock hours)
Completion of a minimum of 30 semester hours must be taken at UIW.
Completion of 24 of the final 30 hours for the degree must be taken at UIW.
NOTE: Active-duty military are required to take a minimum of 15 hours at UIW.
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This online class will help a student be eligible to take a national certification test upon completion for Cardiac Rhythm Analysis Technician jobs.