Bachelor of Science Applied Health Science, Allied Health
The applied health science degree program is designed to tailor a liberal arts degree to the health care field. While there are six specializations in the applied health science degree, the allied health specialization can be completed in its entirety at BGSU Firelands and is intended to provide the problem solving and critical thinking skills needed for upward mobility in the allied health professions. The program prepares students for graduate school in many allied health and related disciplines. The program is ideal for students who hold an associate degree in a health-related field and wish to pursue a bachelor's degree because up to 40 semester hours of the professional training courses and clinical hours can be counted toward completion of the degree.
For information about the other three specializations, health care administration, applied microbiology or health science, see the main campus curriculum guide for applied health science.