Health Services Major Curriculum

Health Services Major Curriculum

The Health Services major is a degree completion program for registered nurses, radiological technologists, respiratory therapists, physical therapy assistants, occupational therapy assistants, emergency medical services personnel, and other health related professionals. This degree is particularly appropriate for those who want the leadership, supervisory, administrative skills and degree required for upward mobility within organizations. These individuals already have the appropriate academic preparation and licensures, the necessary clinical skills, and the proper in-service training in a health-related discipline. The health services bachelor of science requires 30 hours of coursework in the following distribution in addition to a transfer program of at least 30 hours:

LDST 101: Foundations of Leadership
LDST 201: Public Sector Finance
LDST 300: Theories and Models of Leadership
LDST 310: Contemporary Workforce Issues
LDST 331: Negotiation and Conflict Resolution
LDST 338: Organizational Relations
LDST 400: Grant Writing
EXSP 345: Wellness and Health Promotion
SOCI 347: Medical Sociology
GLST 493: Ethical Issues in a Global Society

Transfer Program: minimum 30 hours
Drury awards semester hours credit for satisfactory completion of an approved health-related program.

Students must take the following courses as part of general education requirements:
ENGL 220: Business Communication
MATH 109: College Algebra
PLSC 101: Government and Politics in the U.S.