Health Services Track
Have a rewarding career in non-clinical health care
If you’re interested in health care, but not the hands-on duties, the health services track is for you.
Prepare for a wide range of careers beyond the clinical setting: data management, human resources, directing and more.
Thinking bigger? This track can also prepare you for graduate school, where you can earn a master’s or doctoral degree.
Why take the health services track?
Start your path into graduate school
The health services track prepares you for graduate school, where you can earn a master’s degree. Expand your career options in areas like therapy, health and health administration.
Do non-clinical work
If graduate school isn’t for you, you can also enter the workforce after you graduate. Non-clinical health care careers include management and administration, medical billing, human resources and more.
Experience the full health care field
Team up in a collaborative environment and explore all the components of health care. Connect with your peers in social work, sports medicine, kinesiology and other health-related fields.
Have flexibility and focus
You can complete your degree in a flexible, 100% online format. Choose from three emphasis areas in the health services track to specialize your degree: science reasoning, administrative services or community health services.
Careers and outcomes: Health services track
Gain a solid foundation for your health care career. The health services track enables you to explore your interests and work in roles other than hands-on care.
Don’t want to enter the workforce right away? This track can also help you meet the admission requirements for many graduate programs.
Potential job options
- Aging programming
- Family support
- Health care information, electronic health records and technology
- Human resources
- Medical supplies
- Program director
- Public health services
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