Bachelor of Health Science
The Allied Health Department offers a Bachelor of Health Science with a major in Health Services Administration or Medical Imaging. These two options are designed to enhance the skills and marketability of health science associate degree graduates, and may also serve as an excellent preparation for those who wish to continue on to a graduate program.
The mission of the Bachelor of Health Science (BHS) is to provide advanced leadership training to allied health professionals. The BHS major in Health Services Administration is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills for healthcare management and leadership. The BHS major in Medical Imaging provides medical imaging technologists with healthcare management knowledge.
Washburn University Assessment – Program Student Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of the program students will be able to:
- PSLO 1: Critically analyze scientific evidence underlying a healthcare problem or condition.
- PSLO 2: Demonstrate problem-solving skills through conceptualization and research.
- PSLO 3: Integrate communication skills through oral and/or written presentations.
- PSLO 4: Demonstrate ability to adapt to a changing healthcare environment.