Texas A&M University-BS-Health
Texas A&M University
Degree/Major: BS - Health
Concentration(s): Introduction to the Health Education Profession, Allied Health, Professional Practice in Health Education,
The Bachelor’s in Health, with a concentration in Allied Health, program provides a background in health sciences, health education, and an opportunity to complete professional school prerequisites. Students select electives from a list of prerequisites for specific professional schools.
Graduates gain the academic background to work in a variety of health-related settings such as government health agencies (e.g., local public health departments), voluntary health organizations (e.g., American Heart Association), hospitals, businesses, and other health-related organizations, even if they decide not to attend a professional school.
Type of program: On-campus/classroom program
Number of students enrolled in the most recent fall semester: 237 students
Number of graduates for the most recent academic year: 237 graduates
Program accreditation: none
Contact InformationCollege of College of Education
4243 TAMU Blocker Building
155 Ireland Street
College Station, TX 77843
Program website: https://hlkn.tamu.edu/academics/bs-allied-health/