Allied Health Sciences

Degree and Title:
Bachelor’s degree in Technology of Applied Health Sciences

Study Hours/Academic Levels:
126-130 credit hours/4 academic levels

About

Our vision for the School of Allied Health Sciences at BUC is to be the leader at the national and regional level in providing educational and research programs of high quality in the fields of applied health sciences. Moreover, we strive to meet the needs of the community in the fields of applied health science technology by providing distinguished educational programs to graduate technicians capable of helping health care providers to improve the quality of the health system.

The School of Allied Health Sciences is providing several educational programs in allied health sciences and disciplines including Health Administration and Informatics Technology, Technology of Critical Case Care, Optics Technology, Radiology and Medical Imaging Technology, Medical Laboratory Technology, and Dental Laboratory Technology.

Academic Majors and Departments

  • Health Administration and Informatics Technology
  • Technology of Critical Case Care
  • Optics Technology
  • Radiology and Medical Imaging Technology
  • Medical Laboratory Technology
  • Dental Laboratory Technology

Career Opportunities

The Graduate of the School of Allied Health at BUC will have the opportunity to work as a Health Technologist in one of the following diverse health care fields:

  • Hospitals, clinics, physicians’ offices, or other patient care facilities
  • Medical laboratories
  • Pharmaceutical companies
  • Manufacturing companies
  • Government agencies
  • Private agencies
  • Consulting firms
  • Insurance companies
  • Non-profit organizations

Furthermore, non-classic career opportunities to our graduates may include:

  • Medical and Health Services Managers
  • Claims Reviewer
  • Health Education Specialist
  • Medical Equipment / Pharmaceutical Sales Representative and Product Managers
  • Community Health Specialist