Bachelor's Degree in Health Science

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Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences

What You Can Do With A Health Sciences Degree?

Health Sciences is an ideal bachelor’s degree path for graduates from any AA or AS degree, such as in PTA, Nursing, or Dental Hygiene .

  • Receive personalized attention that helps you choose electives that lay a foundation for graduate school for careers such as physicians, physician assistants, therapists, medical scientists, and more.
  • Choose our health sciences degree as an ideal path for careers in healthcare positions such as wellness, health service management, administrative/clerical, communications, or health education.
  • Develop knowledge in critical thinking, planning, organization, collaboration, and computer/writing skills in our modern labs.

Exceptional Training For Your Health Career

  • Learn in our newly renovated Health Sciences Building, where you will have the opportunity to network and mentor with fellow students preparing you to work in collaborative environments.
  • Gain in-depth skills in stimulating lab environments where you will have the opportunity to transform bacteria to make it glow, extract DNA from fungi, and even test your own DNA.
  • Acquire experience in how to perform analysis on DNA using lab equipment found in the workplace such as DNA extraction columns, centrifuges, electrophoresis instruments, and PCR machines.
  • Receive training in chemistry classes about potential uses of household chemicals.
  • Discover the sources of energy in food, and how the body processes this energy.
  • Develop skills in the proper use of Personal Protective Equipment.
  • Train on how to follow sterile techniques (avoid/protect from contaminations) and explore the prevalence of microorganisms (bacteria and mold) through interactive microbiology labs.
  • Hodges University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.

What Can I Do With a Health Science Degree? How Much Will I Make?

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics Health Education Specialists make on average $64,840 annually in the state of Florida .

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Associate of Arts in Health Sciences

AA in Health Sciences

Receive introductory education in healthcare for entry-level careers or to pursue your BS in Health Sciences.

  • Complete the core curriculum and have the flexibility to choose science and general electives to match the requirements of the professional career and/or school of your choice.
  • Gain basic education in subjects such as Biology, Chemistry, Anatomy and Physiology, Psychology, and Microbiology.
  • Complete courses and acquire knowledge required to apply into our limited enrollment AS in PTA, BS in Nursing, or Health Sciences programs.
  • Learn in our newly renovated Health Sciences Building, where opportunities to develop networking and mentorship with fellow students may help you succeed in your future career.
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