Health Sciences
Online Degree Options

We offer educational opportunities for students to earn a Bachelor of Science degree – anytime, anywhere.

2 Plus 2 majors
Online programs allow students from around the world, who have already completed associate degree programs, to finish their last two years of a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree from home or work.

Choose a degree
Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

Applied Health Studies

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

Dental Hygiene: Health Policy & Administration Concentration

  • dental hygienist
  • insurance review specialist
  • dental health consultant
  • office manager

Health Information Management

  • health Information Management (HIM) department director
  • HIM system manager
  • data quality manager
  • information security officer

Nursing, Completion

  • clinical and administrative positions
  • home health nursing
  • public health nursing
  • health care case management

Online programs allow students from around the world, who have already completed associate degree programs, to finish their last two years of a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree from home or work – using the internet and streaming video. These programs are designed to be flexible in order to meet the increasingly complex and diverse schedules of working professionals. There are no requirements for students to visit campus, and the coursework can be finished in as little as two years.

Instructional Format

These bachelor's degrees are offered online. Courses can be accessed at any time and from anywhere, which means you "attend" lectures and complete your assignments whenever and wherever it's most convenient for you.

Online courses follow the College’s semester schedules, allowing students to earn their degrees on a full- or part-time basis.

Online instructors provide instruction and facilitate a learning environment. Students are able to review course material online and interact with the instructors and other students via discussion boards, e-mail, and chat rooms. Given this autonomy, students need to possess a high degree of self-disciple and motivation. For those who prefer the “traditional setting,” courses are also available on the Penn College campus for those interested in the Technology Management degree.

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