The Bachelor of Health Science (B.H.S.) offers a program of study to prepare students for careers such as health-care technicians, radiology technicians, ultrasound technicians, respiratory therapists, dental hygienists, physician assistants, and more.
The health-science course of study is interdisciplinary and is designed to provide career and academic advancement for current practitioners as well as to deliver a well-rounded generalist curriculum.
The Health Science program introduces students to a broad range of subjects, including:
- Organic Chemistry
- Anatomy and Physiology
- Cellular and Molecular Biology
This program is selective and based on prior experience. Our degree provides an interdisciplinary for current practitioners and delivers a well-rounded generalist curriculum.
- Earn an Applied Science degree in a healthcare-related field or concentration, from a regionally accredited college or regionally accredited technical school. Up to 60 semester hours may be accepted as transfer credit towards your degree with Campbell University.
- Complete a healthcare related military training program that is equivalent to (1.) above, then you may receive up to 60 semester hours as transfer credit towards your degree. Your transfer credits will be based on the recommendations by the American Council on Education (ACE) and your Military Occupational Specialty (MOS, AFSC, NEC).
For a complete overview of the program and requirements, please view our Bachelor of Health Science Course Description & Requirements summary sheet.