Kettering College Students' Transition to the Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences
Kettering College students who are interested in working toward the Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences degree and are enrolled in a clinical program of study (respiratory therapy or radiology) may take up to 12 hours of bachelor level courses before applying to the BSHS program. These courses* include:
|HESC 302||Mission Experience in Cultural Diversity|
|HESC 326||Issues and Trends in Health Care (must be in 2nd year in a program)|
|HESC 340||Legal and Ethical Considerations in Health Care (must be in 2nd year in a program)|
|HESC 345||History of Health Care in the United States|
|HESC 355||Medical Imaging Modalities|
|HESC 360||Advanced Cardiac Life Support|
|HESC 371||Alternative Therapies for Health and Illness|
|SOCI 375||Cultural Diversity in Health Care|
If you want to take a bachelor-level course not listed above, then you must fill out a Conditional Admission application form and be accepted for early admission. Students desiring conditional admission should apply no later than one month prior to the registration deadline for the semester they wish to be enrolled as a conditionally admitted student.
*All prerequisites and co-requisite courses must be met as required by each course listing. See the Academic Bulletin for prerequisites.