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Department of Health Sciences

We offer a range of degree programs from the baccalaureate through the doctorate.

In Fall 2010, the school received approval to offer a new Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences (BSHS) undergraduate degree program.  This interdisciplinary program has been designed to meet the needs of three specific groups of students: (1) students who want to prepare for entry and mid-level positions in for profit and not for profit health care organizations, (2) students who want to apply to graduate health professions programs, and (3) licensed health care professionals who have already obtained an associate’s degree in an allied health field and would like to obtain a baccalaureate degree.

The degree program incorporates the courses already offered through our three undergraduate certificate programs:

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For more information on the undergraduate programs please contact:

Photo: Na'Cole Wilson Na'Cole WilsonAcademic Counselor317-278-6604

Our Master of Science in Health Sciences degree program provides health care professionals and educators with information about current trends and issues in the health sciences. The degree prepares its graduates to assume leadership roles in practice and educational settings.

The Doctor of Philosophy in Health and Rehabilitation Sciences degree program is designed to develop scholar who, through their leadership and original research, will contribute to the knowledge base in health and rehabilitation sciences. We envision program graduates emerging as leaders in education and research in universities, clinical facilities and industry.

For more information on the graduate programs please contact:

Photo: Dr. Brent Arnold, PhD, ATC, FNATA Brent Arnold, PhD, ATC, FNATAProfessor & Chair, Dept. of Health Sciences317-278-9658