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Health Sciences


The General Health Sciences Option to the Health Sciences degree is designed for those who wish to work in a medical science capacity, but not necessarily in a defined undergraduate field of study such as Radiological Technician or Medical Technician. This area of study provides a fall back area for students who have decided not to pursue professional programs such as medical school or physical therapy school. Students who have shifted their focus to graduate study in exercise physiology, athletic training or chiropractic would find this to be a suitable field of study.

In basic terms the General Health Sciences option opens up a broad array of professional fields for students upon graduation. The curriculum is designed to provide students with a base of knowledge which will allow them to pursue varied interests, including medical sales.

What You'll Do

  • Take a blend of science courses designed to prepare students for further study in a specialized allied health field
  • Take a mixture of physical rehabilitation and psychosocial electives to apply the principals from basic science courses
  • Develop a solid background for students wishing to enter clinical laboratory fields

What You'll Study

  • BI310 General Microbiology
  • FN255 Nutrition I
  • HL321 Advanced Injury Assesment I

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Internships & Career Opportunities

  • Orthotics and Prosthetics
  • Chiropractic School
  • Clinical Laboratory Fields


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