Bachelor of Science in Health Science (BSHS) – Health Science concentration
The BSHS-Health Science provides excellent undergraduate preparation for many health professions including entrance into Medical, Dental and Pharmacy schools. Meet with the pre-health professions advisor to determine the most appropriate combination of classes.
- 2018-2019 BS in Health Science - Health Science Concentration
- 2019-2020 BSHS-HS - Degree Requirements, checklist and electives
- Link to the ISU Undergraduate Catalog section for the BSHS.
Bachelor of Science in Health Science (BSHS) – Occupational Therapy concentration
The BSHS-Occupational Therapy provides an excellent foundation for admission into the Master of Occupational Therapy at ISU.
- 2018 - 2019 BS in Health Science Pre-Occupational Therapy Concentration
- 2019-2020 BS in Health Science - Pre-Occupational Therapy Concentration
- Link to the ISU undergraduate catalog section for the BSHS.
Associate of Science in Health Science (ASHS) – Track 1
ASHS track 1 provides excellent preparation for for students pursuing the Bachelor of Science in Health Science (BSHS), Nursing, Dental Hygiene, Radiographic Science, or Communication Science & Disorders programs. Meet with the pre-health professions advisor to determine the most appropriate combination of classes.
Associate of Science in Health Science (ASHS) – Track 2
ASHS track 2 provides excellent preparation for students pursuing Medical Lab Science, Pharmacy, or other graduate-level health profession (PA, PT, OT, Medical, Dental, etc.) programs. Meet with the pre-health professions advisor to determine the most appropriate combination of classes.
The Associate of Science in Health Science degree tracks will not be available until the 2021-2022 academic school year.
Community Health Worker Program and Certificate
Community health workers (CHWs) are increasingly recognized as valuable members of the health system that has increased in Idaho and across the nation in response to the Affordable Care Act and a national shift toward value-based care.
Students who successfully complete this certificate will be prepared to assume a position as a community health worker in clinic or community settings and assis in the development and implementation of community health programs within their community.
The certificate consists of 10 credits and can be completed online or through a combination of live-online and in-person coursework. Credits earned in this program can be applied toward the Community and Public Health major or other undergraduate majors.