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Program Details

The health care industry is growing at a fantastic rate due to several factors, such as the aging of the population, the growth of costs in the health care industry, and legal and government influences have caused a massive spurt in dollars spent in health care and related fields. Experienced and educated inpiduals are needed at all levels of patient services health care fields, and primary among the growth of specialist health services. As more opportunities for career options become available, specialists develop their career opportunities with a degree demonstrating their knowledge of the material.

East Tennessee State University offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Allied Health for students seeking professional development in the field of health services. The program is designed for health professionals who want to pursue their degree opportunities with the convenience of taking their classes online. The benefit of online classes is that they allow students and professions who are unable to meet the rigors of an in-person class schedule to attain a higher education degree without sacrificing their personal or professional schedules in order to do so. The program is designed to train students in fields such as dental hygiene, respiratory therapy, radiological technology, medical lab technology and other health care professions. 

The program is designed to offer students with Associate of Applied Sciences degrees in related fields the opportunity to obtain their bachelor’s degree without having to transfer to a four-year institution. The program will develop their existing knowledge to enhance their skills in communications, critical thinking, problem solving, research, and leadership theories.

Accreditation & Licensing

Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges