A General Studies: Health Sciences degree makes you a stronger candidate for a job in healthcare. You can earn credits in the foundational courses you need to give you a competitive edge, as well get the basic and prerequisite courses you’ll need for a specialized degree in Nursing, Occupational Therapy Assisting, and more. Plus, with the eHealth program, you gain skills for certification in Phlebotomy and/or Emergency Medical Technician, so you can work right away.
This program prepares students for practice as entry-level staff nurses in a variety of healthcare settings. Students learn to apply the nursing process to assist patients in maintaining or regaining homeodynamics when threatened with common health problems. Graduates take the National Council Licensure Examination for licensing as a Registered Nurse.
OTA’s work under the direct supervision of a registered occupational therapist in a variety of healthcare settings, helping people of all ages gain everyday living skills. This degree prepares entry-level OTAs to work in a variety of settings, including schools, hospitals, rehabilitation hospitals, and more.