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Are you ready to develop a knowledge base that prepares you to be a part of a treatment team in the healthcare field? Do you have an interest in Nursing, Athletic Trainin
Are you ready to develop a knowledge base that prepares you to be a part of a treatment team in the healthcare field? Do you have an interest in Nursing, Athletic training, physical therapy, occupational therapy, or other health-related career paths? CMU’s Allied Health Sciences division provides our students with the skills employers are looking for in the healthcare industry and the education needed for continual success.
About This Program
The Bachelor of Health Sciences program prepares you for an in-demand career in ever-evolving and growing fields. You will receive challenging and rewarding academic experiences, as well as hands-on learning. If you have already earned an Associate of Science degree in a health-related area along with certification, you are qualified to complete this Bachelor’s degree program....
Health Studies is a degree with two emphasis areas: Pre-Physical Therapy/Pre-Occupational Therapy and Community Health. Together, these options provide you with foundatio
HEALTH STUDIES - OPTION 1: PRE-PHYSICAL THERAPY/PRE-OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY BS
Prepare for a Career in the Health Industry
Health Studies is a degree with two emphasis areas: Pre-Physical Therapy/Pre-Occupational Therapy and Community Health. Together, these options provide you with foundational coursework in health and wellness. The first option prepares you with the necessary prerequisite courses for application to graduate school (PT, OT, AT, chiropractic, etc.), while emphasizing human movement. The second option serves as a your springboard into health-related careers (health education, health promotion, accelerated nursing programs, etc.)