Supervision and Management–Health Care
The supervision and management program with a
concentration in health care management uses a 2+2
model that requires applicants to have an associate’s
degree or equivalent for entry into the program.
Individuals in this field could hold positions
including health care service managers, health care
administrators, health care facility directors and
medical practice managers.
Today’s dentists are at the forefront of a range of
new developments in dental implants, computer
generated imaging, and cosmetic and aesthetic
procedures and often rely on other dental
practitioners for assistance. The responsibilities
of dental hygienists and dental assistants include
processing X-rays, creating dental casts, preparing
instruments and performing oral cleanings.
Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
EMS professionals are responsible for quick
assessment of medical crises and can respond
appropriately to patient needs. Emergency medical
professionals receive intensive classroom, clinical
and real-world training to prepare them for managing
Social and Human Services
Human service professionals work with social
workers, psychologists, and others who help families
and individuals with problems related to poverty,
inadequate housing, and illness.
Nursing staff members include licensed practical
nurses and registered nurses. Nurses collaborate with
health care team members in multiple environments,
including hospitals and physician’s offices.
Radiographers receive extensive education in
human anatomy and train to use high-tech imaging
equipment. Radiologic technologists work in hospital
or outpatient clinical settings and with additional
training, may work as computerized tomography (CT)
and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technologists,
mammographers or in other imaging specializations.
HEALTH SCIENCE PROGRAM CAREERS