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Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences
The Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences program (BSHS) at Kettering College provides high-quality, values-based baccalaureate education in health-related fields with the spirit of Christian caring and service. The BSHS program empowers individuals to expand their career paths. Graduates work in health care management, in acute care, and community, primary care settings.
Best in state online college
Kettering College has been ranked 5th in the state of Ohio for one of the Best Online Colleges for 2015-16 by Affordable Colleges Online – a leading resource for online learning and college affordability information.
If you are a healthcare professional with an associates degree looking to complete your bachelors online, this is the degree for you. Kettering College offers an online Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences completion program designed for those who have obtained an associate degree or its equivalent in health care and wish to pursue a Bachelor of Science degree. Those seeking greater emphasis in specific health care disciplines may choose from management, education, sonography, advanced imaging, and respiratory care.
Are you looking to get your bachelor’s degree and launch into a career in management immersed in a healthcare setting or wanting to prepare yourself for an occupational therapy degree? The health sciences program offers a Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences majoring in healthcare management and a pre-OT tract for students wishing to apply to an occupational therapy program. This major is the equivalent of a four year degree taken in three years full time and is a blended degree of online and on campus courses.
Talk to an enrollment specialist to answer any of your questions about the program, transfer credits, scheduling a tour, or financial aid at (937) 395-8601.
To talk with a faculty member in the program, contact 937-395-6566 or email Paula.Reams@kc.edu.
Approval & Accreditation
Kettering College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, approved by the Adventist Accrediting Association (AAA), and authorized by the Ohio Department of Higher Education.