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The Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences with a concentration in General Studies (Military Training) is designed for students who are ready to prepare for a career in the healthcare field. Professionals already working can complete a BS-HSCI degree to move on to a senior leadership position.
Students who have 18 or more credits in the military allied health field can transfer those into the degree program as general studies to complete the BS-HSCI degree. Graduates will be qualified to assume leadership positions in healthcare and also move on to graduate school.
UIW Core Curriculum Requirements (42-46 hours)
See Core Curriculum for course information
Health Sciences Core Curriculum (33 hours)
HSCI 2310 Health Sciences I
HSCI 2320 Health Sciences II
HSCI 3310 Healthcare Organizations and Administration
HSCI 3321 Information Systems for the Health Sciences
HSCI 3330 Legal Issues in Healthcare
HSCI 3340 Third Party Payment Systems
HSCI 3350 Public Health
HSCI 4310 Healthcare Policy
HSCI 4320 Bio Statistics and the Health Sciences
HSCI 4330 Health Sciences Research
HSCI 4340 Capstone in Health Sciences
General Studies (21 hours)
Healthcare - Transfer Option: Students who have 18 or more credits in the allied health field can transfer those into the degree program. These credits may also come from appropriate military training.
Remaining hours needed to meet 120 hour requirement are selected by student. Transfer credit may be used to fulfill these hours.
Introducing School of Applied Sciences (SAS)
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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.