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The School of Health and Human Sciences introduces a new undergraduate bachelor of science degree in Human Health Sciences beginning Fall 2024.
The B.S. in Human Health Sciences at UNC Greensboro is designed to prepare graduates for success in entry-level allied health-related industries or to be competitive applicants to allied health-related graduate programs.
Students in the program will be introduced to a wide range of allied health careers and pathways to attaining those careers, including the specific academic requirements.
HHS Curriculum / Program of Study
Coursework and Career Overview
Upon completion of the degree, students will be able to successfully enter the allied health workforce in fields that could include clinical research assistant, mobility specialist, clinical administrative assistant, patient financial counselor, health and wellness coach, or work site wellness advocate, among others.
Graduates will also be competitive applicants for graduate schools in a range of professional programs, including physician assistants, physical therapy, and occupational therapy.
For more information contact Dr. Joi Bulls at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Living Learning Community
HHS B.S. students have the option to participate in the HHS Living Learning Community (LLC), where you can be with like-minded people sharing a common interest!
As a member of the LLC (located in Reynolds Hall), you can explore different career opportunities in the health professions and majors within the School of Health and Human Sciences.