The mission of the Health Services program is to provide knowledge and skills in health care delivery, leadership, cultural competency, global health, bioethics, statistics and research/innovation. The program will prepare students to assume medical and health care jobs in health services administration. The goals of the program are to 1) prepare students to assume medical and health care jobs in health services administration, 2) prepare students to work in a team-oriented environment, 3) prepare students to become knowledgeable leaders in the health care industry.
The Bachelor of Science in Health Services is an open-degree undergraduate program. “Open-degree” means that students will be able to declare the degree upon matriculation to the university. Students may start their major courses in either the spring, summer or fall semesters. The program consists of courses, both lecture and asynchronous, in the College of Allied Health Sciences, Hull College of Business, Pamplin College and College of Education.
The Health Services program is an open degree program. Students may enter the program by declaring Health Services as their major. Please visit the Admissions page for general requirements of Augusta University.
Progession & Graduation Requirements
Completion of all Augusta University graduate requirements. A grade of C or higher in all major and Area F core courses.
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