Management Education

Bachelor of Arts in Health Science: One Path, Many Choices

The Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan Society and Bellevue University

WHAT: Bellevue University’s Bachelor of Arts in Health Science integrates multi-disciplinary approaches to the study of health, illness, and prevention strategies in our communities. The program offers flexible pathways for students to hone knowledge and critical thinking skills as related to the science of health and illness, prevention strategies for life, and the active engagement of self-care and community outreach as they prepare for professional careers in a myriad of healthcare careers. Recognizing the growing elder population, one of the pathways prepares students for the National Association of Long Term Care Administrator Boards (NAB).

WHO / AVAILABLE AREA: The online courses for this degree are available to anyone with internet access.

REQUIRED COURSES: This program offers a variety of options, once core university courses
are complete. 
Bellevue's expert advisors can work with you to select courses in addition
to this foundational degree to best meet your future professional goals in other health related careers.

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ENROLLMENT:  Enroll directly through Bellevue University.

COST:  Bellevue University sets tuition and fees.  Please contact the University to determine current costs. Bellevue does provide a book grant for Good Samaritan employees in healthcare related areas of study.  Please check with Bellevue.

TIME TO COMPLETE:  The Bachelor of Arts in Health Science is a flexible program that can take between 12 - 24 months to complete the major requirements, depending on course load.

HOW DO I LEARN MORE? Contact James Degner, james.degner@bellevue.edu or 402.557.7844 or 888.809.4750. Please identify that you are a Good Samaritan Society employee, your center number and location.