Health Sciences Degree
The Associate of Science (A.S.) in Health Sciences degree at University College offers students a broad knowledge base for the major elements in health sciences.
Incorporating faith and knowledge, the curriculum lays the foundation for ethical evaluations, professional decision making, practical experience, and respect for God-honoring diversity in the health sciences field.
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- Integrate a Christian worldview
- Demonstrate effective written and oral communication skills
- Identify and evaluate key ethical issues
- Utilize technology and statistical analysis in decision making
- Examine cultural and diversity issues
- Implement specific science functions and lab processes in the field
University College offers two program options for this degree program:
A general 60-unit program prepares learners for a wide range of career options in the health-sciences field.
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The nursing emphasis is designed to prepare learners for further education. It is a 70-unit program and follows a specific curriculum identified by Azusa Pacific University (APU), enabling graduates of University College’s ASHS with an emphasis in nursing to apply to APU’s Two-Plus-Two (High Desert) B.S. in Nursing (BSN).
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