Clinical Services Track
Bachelor's degree for allied health workers
Are you an experienced health care professional with an associate’s degree or certificate?
Finish what you started and get your bachelor’s degree.
Use credits you’ve already earned toward the completion of your degree. Have more career options and salary potential.
Available 100% online.
Why take the clinical services track?
Learn alongside your health care peers
Experience a wide range of health care fields. Through interprofessional learning, you’ll explore areas like health care management, social work and psychology while in school.
It’s online and flexible
This program is built for the working pro. School fits around your schedule. Continue your current job while you finish your bachelor’s degree 100% online.
Expand your career options and expertise
Land better, higher-paying jobs with a bachelor's degree. Many health care providers now require a bachelor's degree for career advancement instead of an associate's degree.
Careers and outcomes: Clinical services track
This track helps you provide direct care to patients in settings like hospitals and clinics.
If you already have an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) or Associate of Science (AS) degree, getting your bachelor’s degree can boost your career in health care.
Many jobs in clinical services now require a bachelor’s degree.
Potential job options
You can work or advance your career in areas like:
- Clinical social worker/family support
- Dental assistant/hygienist
- Electrocardiogram (EKG) tech
- Medical lab tech
- Medical technologist
- Occupational therapy assistant
- Pharmacy tech
- Respiratory therapist
Graduate school options
- Health promotion and wellness management (MS)
- Public health (MPH)
- Physician assistant studies (MSPAS)
- Physical therapy (DPT)
- Occupational therapy (MSOT)
- Health care administration (MHA)
- Accelerated RN programs