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Bachelor of Science in Integrated Healthcare Studies

Ohio University’s Bachelor of Science in Integrated Healthcare Studies (BSIHS) is a bachelor’s completion degree that prepares students to become versatile leaders in the rapidly changing healthcare environment.

Students in the BSIHS degree program acquire vital knowledge and hands-on skills needed to navigate the increasingly complex American healthcare system. Ohio University is a regionally accredited institution, and its unique BSIHS program caters to those seeking to expand their healthcare knowledge for graduate study in a health-related field and those seeking a bachelor’s degree in order to advance their healthcare careers.

 


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Additional program benefits

This affordable and flexible bachelor’s degree program offers multiple options for course study structure, making it possible to complete the degree in a timely fashion. This is especially beneficial for those with unique scheduling needs such as undergraduate students considering a change in majors, students who have completed an allied health associate degree, working professionals with busy schedules, and students with existing credit hours in the health sciences.

  • 7-week accelerated learning courses or 14-week courses are available
  • Can serve as a foundation for graduate study in a variety of health-related fields
  • Ohio University is a regionally accredited institution

 

 

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Online BSIHS Degree

The Bachelor of Science in Integrated Healthcare Studies degree can be completed 100% online through the interactive eCampus online program. Although not all courses are offered every semester, students are able to create a dynamic plan that fits seamlessly within their schedules to meet all requirements needed for graduation. Learn more about the BSIHS program

On-Campus BSIHS Degree

Students can also pursue the BSIHS degree through in-person coursework on Ohio University’s campus. Find out more information about the on-campus BSIHS degree option.

This healthcare degree is a great option for:

  • Working professionals
  • Healthcare workers who need a bachelor's degree to advance their careers
  • Students planning to pursue graduate studies
  • Anyone wishing to advance their healthcare knowledge
  • Anyone who has completed an associate degree in a health-related discipline and is interested in furthering their education
  • Those seeking a degree in a health-related field and wishing to double major
  • Students with several credit hours in the health sciences and would like to finish a degree in a timely manner

Who should consider this degree?

  • You've completed an associate's degree in a health-related discipline and is interested in furthering their education
  • You're seeking a degree in a health-related field and wishes to double-major
  • You already have several credit hours in the health sciences and would like to finish a degree in a timely manner

BSIHS Admission requirements and Program Structure

The BSIHS degree is an ideal option for students who are interested in furthering their education, are seeking a degree in a health-related field and want to double-major, or have several credit hours in health sciences and would like to finish their degree in a timely manner. It is intended for students who have completed at least 60 semester hours in an allied health–related discipline from an accredited institution. Candidates for the BSIHS degree must also have a combined GPA of 2.67 or higher. View the complete BSIHS admission requirements here.

Totaling 120 credit hours, the BSIHS course requirements include the following:

  • Four foundational courses

  • Two healthcare professions and services courses

  • One interprofessional education and practice in healthcare course

  • One leadership and critical thinking course

  • Two communication courses

  • Minimum of two healthcare perspectives courses 

  • Minimum of four sociocultural courses

  • Four elective courses applicable to career interests in the healthcare field

Expanded Opportunities With a Bachelor's Degree in Integrated Healthcare Studies

The healthcare system is becoming more complex, and healthcare professionals and support are among the fastest-growing occupations, with the increasing expectation of higher levels of postsecondary education. The BSIHS degree provides students with the opportunity to complete their undergraduate education and enhance their current healthcare career possibilities. The diverse curriculum covers a wide range of topics from sports medicine and communication disorders to gerontology and clinical problem-solving. BSIHS students are equipped with skills in leadership, critical thinking, communication, advocacy, and evidence-based practice principles needed for a fulfilling career in the global healthcare market. 

Some students who complete this bachelor’s degree choose to pursue graduate or professional education programs. The BSIHS program provides the opportunity to explore allied health disciplines through elective coursework, preparing students for further specialized education. Potential graduate degree programs pursued by BSIHS students include speech-language pathology, audiology, public/community health, health education, health informatics, healthcare administration, and social work.

Jump-Start Your Healthcare Career Through Ohio's BSIHS Degree

If you’re ready to get started on your healthcare career, request more information about the Bachelor of Science in Integrated Healthcare Studies below!

 

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