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Health Science Online Program

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The Health Sciences online program is a non-clinical program. It is well-suited for individuals with prior college credit who wish to complete a bachelor's degree in a health-related field. Some people choose to enter the workforce or pursue graduate/professional programs after completing the degree, while others want to advance their education for professional and personal growth.

The BHS in Health Sciences program is ideal for

...students who would like to enter non-clinical occupations in the health care field.

  • Claims Reviewer
  • Client/Patient Advocate
  • Lobbyist/Health Care Advocate
  • Medical Equipment Sales
  • Pharmaceutical Sales
  • Social Services Case Manager
  • Wellness Coordinator
  • Public Health Advocates & Administrators

...or students interested in graduate or professional programs after graduation.

  • Anesthesiology Assistant
  • Audiology
  • Chiropractic
  • Health Education
  • Health Administration
  • Health Informatics
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Pharmacy
  • Physical Therapy
  • Prosthetics-Orthotics
  • Public Health
  • Speech-Language Pathology

Please know that the career possibilities are not limited to the examples above. When pursuing the Health Sciences degree it is important to take into account what industry you may want to enter after graduating, past/current work, volunteer experiences that shape you as an applicant, and/or your geographical location.

The MU School of Health Professions

With programs in rehabilitation, diagnostic and imaging sciences, and health sciences graduates of the School of Health Professions fill critical roles in health care. The school is comprised of six departments and ten disciplines, each with their own specialized accreditation processes.

Stacy Brummer
Bachelor of Health Sciences '15 | Vacaville, CA

United States Air Force veteran Stacy Brummer wanted to do more than clinical lab work. While stationed in Vacaville, Ca. she turned to Mizzou's online Health Science program for the flexibility ad convenience it offered to military students.

Christine Anderson
Bachelor of Health Sciences '14 | Fall City, WA

Washington state resident Christine Anderson earned her health sciences bachelor's online through Mizzou. She enjoyed the flexibility and diversity of the program that allowed her to continue working while exploring options in various health care fields, without impeding her roles as wife and mother.

Arleta Brehm
Bachelor of Health Sciences '14 | Camp Lejeune, NC

Arleta Brehm sought an online health sciences degree program that could keep up with her active duty military family wherever they moved. At Mizzou, she not only found the educational experience she always wanted but also a connection to the MU campus, despite completing her undergraduate studies from North Carolina.

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School of Health Professions