Undergraduate Programs

Bachelor of Science in Health Management

A bachelor of science in health management will prepare you to tackle some of the most important challenges in the evolving healthcare industry. With a focus on the managerial concerns of the field, you’ll be equipped to help healthcare organizations run smoothly — whether your career is in a hospital, long-term care facility or public health organization.

Bachelor of Science in Health Management

Bachelor of Science in Health Science

The Bachelor of Science in Health Science is a pre-professional degree program that prepares you for admission to a variety of clinical programs (PT, PA, OT, Medical School). Departmental courses provide an important and competitive advantage bringing healthcare systems knowledge into your professional training as a clinical health provider.

Bachelor of Science in Health Science

Departmental Honors

Public Health Sciences also collaborates with the Dorothy and Bill Cohen Honors College to offer departmental honors. Choosing this path allows in-depth exploration in an area of your choice, one-on-one faculty mentorship and collaboration in scholarly activities.

Departmental Honors

Minor Programs

Undergraduate minors are available in the areas of aging studies, health management, health science, and public health. Minors allow students across campus to gain additional specializations in specific academic areas to gain a competitive advantage in the workforce.

Minor Programs

Certificate Programs

Undergraduate Certificates are available in the areas of aging studies, health management, health science and public health. The certificates allow working professionals to expand their knowledge and gain essential skills for the workforce. 

Certificate Programs

Dual/Accelerated Bachelor's to Master's Programs

Dual/accelerated bachelor's to master’s programs provide seamless progression to a career in Health Administration or Aging Studies. By continuing your graduate studies at WSU you capitalize on the momentum built as an undergraduate. Save time and money - earn dual credits.

The collaboration between clinical and business in the degree has been very helpful in my career! Often clinical majors have no exposure to the business side and vice versa. Getting to know BOTH sides of healthcare was VERY important.
PHS Alumni
Spring 2013