Get empowered to promote the health and well-being of others.
Through University of West Florida’s online Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences degree, you can become a health professional or healthcare administrator who is empowered to promote the health and well-being of others. With two concentrations to choose from — general health sciences and healthcare administration — you can tailor your degree to meet your career goals. Featuring innovative teaching strategies with real-world-based projects and team-based learning, our program will prepare you for a wide range of in-demand careers or further graduate study.
Take the first step toward a rewarding and challenging career in providing health services to individuals and communities.
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With two concentrations to choose from — general health sciences and healthcare administration — you can tailor your degree to meet your career goals.
- Gain general fundamental health knowledge
- Provide health services to individuals and communities
- Become an occupational therapist, nutritionist or physician assistant with further education
- Work in hospitals, insurance or at an outpatient clinic
- Fast-growing, in-demand field
- Gain real-world experience through an internship
First Spring Start
Start Date: January 10, 2022
Second Spring Start
Start Date: March 07, 2022
First Summer Start
Start Date: May 16, 2022
Why Should You Pursue Our B.S. in Health Sciences?
With concentrations available in general health sciences and health administration, you can personalize your degree to match your career goals.
Prepare for an In-Demand Career
With the aging population and significant healthcare changes, the health industry is expected to grow substantially, with 2.4 million jobs added through 2026.
UWF’s online Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences was recently named one of the best in the nation by BestColleges.com.
Health Sciences Careers
After you have graduated, you can seek a career in a variety of fast-growing areas within health sciences. Some of the potential career outcomes include:
* Job growth (from 2016 through 2026) and median annual salary (as of 2017) figures from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.