Applied Health major

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This is a degree completion program for individuals who are certified, licensed, or registered in a health care profession.

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Employment in the healthcare industry is projected to increase 22% through 2018, compared with 11% for all industries combined. (source)

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Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

Applied Health Studies

  • expand clinical roles
  • seek positions of management administration, or education
  • preparation for master's level studies

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Dental Hygiene instruments. Physical Fitness Specialist instruction typically takes place in Bardo Gym, though the Fitness Center is available to compliment instruction. A seated leg extension; Physical Fitness Specialist student stresses the importance of using proper form and correct seat position. Nursing instructor demonstrating the assessment of an intravenous solution with students observing in the lab. Student nurse demonstrating cathSim for practice in IV catheter insertion. Using adaptive equipment, Occupational Therapy Assistants help people learn to safely manage tasks in their home. Occupational Therapy Assistant students learn proper body mechanics to use following a total hip replacement. Senior Radiography student preparing a patient for a fluoroscopic radiographic study of the alimentary canal at one of the programís 12 hospital affiliates. Radiography student setting x ray exposure technique in a general radiographic room at Evangelical Community Hospitalís radiology department.

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