Apr 20, 2024  
2023-2024 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2023-2024 Undergraduate Catalog

Allied Health Leadership, BS

Location(s): Online


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The 120-credit Bachelor of Science degree in allied health leadership (BSAHL) is for individuals who wish to attain leadership roles in health care. This online bachelor’s degree completion program is for health care professionals who have earned an associate degree, certificate, or diploma in a recognized allied health field and hold a corresponding professional credential. Eligibility for the BSAHL is determined by the College of Health Sciences and is based on the accreditation and length of the health education program completed by the applicant and the type of professional credential earned. Up to 60 clinical credits will be granted to eligible candidates. General education course work completed at an accredited college or university will also be considered for transfer in accordance with the university’s transfer policy.

This is an online degree completion program for credentialed health care professionals who want to earn their bachelor’s degree online.

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Student Learning Outcomes


  • Upon graduation, students will be able to apply leadership concepts to construct a personal leadership vision, a code of ethics, and short- and long-term goals that will serve as a foundation for their leadership development.
  • Upon graduation, students will be able to employ information literacy knowledge and skills to critically analyze the quality, reliability, credibility, and relevancy of sources of healthcare related information that will inform their clinical decision making.
  • Upon graduation, students will be able to apply leadership theory and concepts to diagnose problems in a work envrionment that stem from leadership deficiences, to suggest solutions, and to initiate positive change.

Curriculum Requirements


General Education


Competencies


Major


Total Credits: 120


Depending on the program of study, students may need to complete additional credits to ensure the total credit hour requirement is met.

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