Pacific University was named among the nation’s 50 best Bachelor’s in Health Science Degree Programs by Intelligent LLC, an education information consulting firm.
Bachelor of Health Science | BHS
Advance your career in healthcare management with an online degree-completion program designed for working adults.
The Bachelor of Health Science (BHS) degree-completion program at Pacific University is designed for the working adult. Program coursework is delivered online with live, weekly interactive sessions between instructors and students built into each course. Cohorts are small and select, and the content in the program is highly applicable as it is developed by both faculty and practitioners in healthcare.
Students will develop the skills and knowledge necessary to advance their careers in healthcare management, gain entry into positions with a variety of healthcare organizations, or pursue graduate education programs in the field of healthcare.
The ideal student will have experience in healthcare and will be self-motivated and technologically capable of completing a degree program online.
Complete your degree in eleven months and prepare for a new career or graduate program.
Prospective graduates of the BHS program will use their experiences in healthcare management or administrative positions with:
- Healthcare systems
- Health insurance companies
- Nursing facilities
- Hospice organizations
- Public health agencies
- Dental and medical practices
The degree-completion program is a cohort model consisting of the following:
- Three semesters (in one calendar year)
- 40 credits
- 100 percent online course delivery with no residency required
Contact us today for a free transcript review of your past institutions. Please email Emily Josi with copies of your unofficial transcripts for her to review.
Join us for Pacific's Bachelor of Health Science virtual Open House events.
The College of Arts and Sciences announces the Fall 2020 Undergraduate Research Conference. View student projects online from Oct. 26 to Oct. 29. Students are invited to present research and creative projects in an all-digital online format through Friday, Oct. 23 at 8 a.m. (Pacific Daylight Time).