Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences (BSHS)
Health Sciences Major
The undergraduate health sciences program blends basic sciences, health sciences, and healthcare-related courses to form an excellent foundation for students pursuing graduate programs in the healthcare field or non-licensed health-related careers in which an entry-level bachelor’s degree is appropriate.
Student Learning Outcomes
- Demonstrate ethical, professional, collaborative, and culturally sensitive behaviors within the healthcare setting
- Integrate knowledge and skills from natural, formal, and social sciences with healthcare fundamentals to solve complex problems and optimize health outcomes
- Locate, critically analyze, and apply data in a manner that supports evidence-based healthcare
- Communicate effectively with laypersons and healthcare professionals on a variety of health-related topics
A minimum of 120 credit hours is required for graduation. See www.butler.edu/healthsciences/health-sciences-major for curricular requirements and more information.