Supporting the SoNHS’ mission to prepare the health professional workforce in improving health outcomes, the purpose of the Bachelor of Health Sciences program is to prepare graduates for a wide variety of careers in health or to pursue post-graduate education. Through an innovative combination of coursework, service learning, volunteerism, and a senior year internship, students will apply theoretical concepts in evidence-based health programming and health policy development into diverse community settings.
Student learning outcomes
- Students will be able to apply knowledge from physical, biological, behavioral, business, and social aspects of health into inter-professional practice.
- Students will be able to create (plan, implement, and evaluate) evidence-based health programs relevant to targeted populations and desired health outcomes.
- Students will demonstrate professional conduct, and strong interpersonal skills in their chosen career path.
- Students will be able to identify the specific challenges, and opportunities of improving health outcomes and reducing health disparities in diverse and urban environments.