About the Profession
Students who obtain a degree in Health Science or Health Services Management and Community Development prepare themselves for a broad range of positions in a wide choice of settings.
Non-Profit Health Related Organization. Graduates who have a passion for health, yet don’t want to work in a clinical setting may fit in well with a non-profit health organization. Non-profits strive to offer competitive salaries as long as budgets allow and look for highly motivated, self- starters who have a wide variety of skills and talents. Tasks may include; grant writing, program planning, fund raising, and health education.
Health Care Management. Graduates of our program will be ready for entry level healthcare administrator jobs. Graduates may find jobs as managers of small clinics or labs or in a hospital setting. Tasks include; personnel matters, billing, budgeting, planning, equipment outlays, and patient flow.
Clinical Setting. Health Sciences graduates are prepared for a clinical health related field. Graduates from this program typically go on to graduate programs in other clinical fields: Physician Assistant, Physical Therapy, Chiropractic and others.
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