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2023-2024 Undergraduate Catalog 
2023-2024 Undergraduate Catalog [FINAL EDITION]

Allied Health (Entry Program), BS

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120 semester hours of credit required for degree

The bachelor of science in allied health is open to those students interested in careers in healthcare and related fields. The major is broad-based and provides in depth background for the student who wishes to enter the allied health professions or wants to continue their education on the master’s level.

General Education Requirements 

All students are required to complete a minimum of 9 semester hours in each of the three areas of humanities, social science, and science/mathematics. A Semester hour consists of one hour per week in a classroom per semester or two to three hours in laboratory or fieldwork per semester. This requirement is based on the conviction that a baccalaureate degree represents more than expertise in a specific field. Students broaden themselves by taking courses in academic areas that have traditionally been at the heart of an undergraduate  education. Students should work closely with advisors in selecting courses appropriate to their interests and academic needs. For more information regarding the General Education Requirements, please see the navigation bar in the catalog or General Education  .

Courses taken on pass/no pass basis may not be used to satisfy the university distribution requirement. Both semester-long and certain module courses may be used to satisfy distribution requirements. 


See Course Descriptions  for required prerequisites and corequisites

General Education (37 Credits)

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  • Flex Course 3 Credit(s)
  • Three Humanities courses 9 Credit(s)
  • Four Science/Math courses 13 Credit(s)**
  • Three Social science courses 9 Credit(s)
  • UASC 402 Transformation Capstone  3 Credit(s)

Electives (10 Credits)

  • Free electives 10 Credit(s)

Total Credits: 120

*Students with less than 60 transfer credits will take UCS 101 ; those with 60 transfer credits or more will take UCS 102 . This will be determined at acceptance.

**One course must be UMAT 111  or higher.

The program of study that appears here applies to students who were admitted for the summer session of this catalog year and later.  Students admitted prior to that term should select the appropriate catalog year of their admission.  Choose previous catalogs from the Home, Graduate, or Undergraduate Catalog Page at

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