Take Your Healthcare Career Further
Take your associate degree in a healthcare field further with our Allied Health Sciences
(AHS) bachelor's degree completion program. Designed specifically for students who
have already earned or are currently pursuing an associate degree, the AHS program
will prepare you for leadership roles and advancement in a wide range of healthcare
- Accelerate your education by transferring up to 50 credit hours of professional coursework
into the program.
- Customize your degree by taking courses that align with your professional goals. Your
required courses will help you build a foundation that moves you forward.
- Take advantage of online program courses that will work around the busy schedule of
a working healthcare professional.
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Who is The Program For?
The AHS program is for anyone who is ready to become a leader in their healthcare
field. The customizable curriculum allows you to build a program that takes your career
where you want it go. The AHS program is a great choice if you have already completed
an associate degree in a wide-range of specialties, including:
Graduates of this program will be able to pursue positions that may open doors to
other professional opportunities that require a bachelor's degree as the entry level.
As the bachelor degree becomes the standard entry-to-practice for many allied health
careers, graduates of this program will be prepared to meet this requirement. Likewise,
graduates will be prepared to enter graduate programs to pursue alternative career
Graduates who possess both a professional certification in one of the allied health
professions and a bachelor degree will face higher job prospects than those with an
associate degree only. Employment of healthcare occupations is projected to grow 19
percent from 2014 to 2024, much faster than the average for all occupations, adding
about 2.3 million new jobs. (http://www.bls.gov/ooh/healthcare/home.htm).