College of Health Sciences and Education
Program Director: Jack Goble, MHA, PA-C
Students completing the BS in Health Science will:
- Integrate and demonstrate knowledge of diverse research designs from both the qualitative and quantitative paradigms, and will conceptually synthesize and demonstrate all steps of the research process.
- Demonstrate critical reasoning skills in the patient care process by conducting a client assessment, identifying functional problems, and developing an appropriate intervention plan.
- Interact and communicate professionally and courteously with clients while demonstrating the necessary clinical competencies required within their respective health care discipline.
Statement of Program Assessment for BS in Health Science:
Program courses are evaluated each semester via both University faculty evaluations and individual department course evaluations.
Specialization in Exercise Science
The Exercise Science specialization is a 4 year program resulting in a bachelor’s degree in Health Science.
Goal 1: KNOWLEDGE
Students will demonstrate knowledge and skills appropriate for entry-level employment as a Health Exercise Specialist.
Goal 2: COMMUNICATION
Students will demonstrate effective communication skills.
Goal 3: CRITICAL THINKING
Students will demonstrate critical thinking skills.
Goal 4: PROFESSIONALISM
Students will demonstrate a commitment to applying professional behaviors and adhering to ethical principles.