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BSc. of Health Sciences (Health Promotion)

Lead in public health with a BS in Health Sciences – Health Promotion.

The Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences with a Health Promotion concentration prepares graduates for roles in health promotion, emphasizing leadership skills for effective community and public health promotion. Building a strong academic base in humanities, math, science, and education, this concentration is perfect for those aiming for entry-level positions in healthcare or public healthcare-related fields and for those considering further graduate studies in health sciences. Students must have completed at least an A.A. or A.S. degree.

  • Master core concepts and competencies essential for a health care professional.
  • Demonstrate professional behaviors, including interpersonal and interprofessional skills, cultural competence, ethical practice, and a commitment to diversity.
  • Utilize professional and scientific literature to inform decision-making in clinical practice and healthcare issues.
  • Assess knowledge of the current healthcare system and the challenges in health promotion.
  • Implement evidence-based approaches in engaging with patient populations and sub-populations.
  • Acquire skills for multidisciplinary practice in health promotion.

Equipped with a solid foundation in health promotion, graduates are ready for entry-level positions in healthcare or public health sectors. Potential roles include health educators, community health coordinators, and wellness program managers. The program also serves as a stepping stone for graduate studies and advanced research in health sciences.

Program Structure

Explore the detailed program structure, including core subjects and a diverse range of electives.
The total credits required for Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Health Sciences is 84 semester hour credits beyond the associate’s degree.
This program has the following course requirements:
Students must complete the following core courses:
This program does not offer elective courses; the curriculum is structured without optional selections.
This program does not have any additional requirements; refer to the core courses section for all the courses required.

Tuition and Financial Aid

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Program Brochure

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How to Apply

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Please visit our Admission Requirements page for detailed information on the institution-wide application requirements.

Additional Admission Requirements

For the BS/Health Sciences (Health Promotion) we require an Associate Degree in the Allied Health Sciences, Health Care Administration, Management, or General Studies and at least part-time paid/volunteer work in the health/human service field as requirements for admission to this degree completion program. Applicants are also required to submit an essay that answers the following questions:

Essay Questions:

  1. Please describe your learning journey as you make an application to the BS/Health Sciences degree-completion program. (1 paragraph)
  2. How do you see the completion of this degree to benefit your professional work in the future? (1 paragraph)

Click here (Academic Calendar 2024) to view the detailed program deadlines within our academic calendar for this year.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Most of our undergraduate programs are designed to be completed in four years of full-time study. However, the duration can vary based on the specific program and individual student circumstances, including part-time enrollment or transfer credits.

Yes, Charisma University accepts transfer credits from accredited institutions. The number of transferable credits varies depending on the program and the relevance of the courses to the chosen degree. All transfer credits are subject to approval by the admissions office.

Read our Transfer Credits Policy to learn more.

Yes, many of our undergraduate programs offer flexible study options, including part-time enrollment and online classes. This flexibility is designed to accommodate the diverse needs and schedules of our students.

Contact Information

For more information about this program, the degree requirements and program information, please contact the following personnel.
Administrative Support Contact.

(649) 941-7337
(406) 831-9384

More Information

(649) 941-7337
(406) 831-9384

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