Bachelor of Health Sciences

The Bachelor of Health Sciences program has three majors:
All majors draw courses from the natural sciences, social sciences and humanities to provide students with a broad understanding of issues while preparing them for further studies in diverse areas such as community health, epidemiology, management and administration, medicine, occupational and environmental health, rehabilitation sciences and speech pathology. "This program is very popular because of the breadth of offerings. Students will get the best of everything related to health and health disciplines.” says Dr. Henry Harder, Professor in the School of Health Sciences at UNBC.
Created in 2006, and having established a record of excellence, the program is unique in BC is an essential component of UNBC's expanding emphasis on the health and human sciences. Studying with researchers in these diverse health disciplines allows students access to ideas and techniques that will be eventually incorporated into best practices. It is very exciting to be a part of a team that influences how the health sciences are applied, from research, to clinical practice to the community level. Our Faculty have been recipients of teaching and research excellence awards.

An optional Bachelor of Health Sciences Honours program will assist in the acquisition of skills and experience that will facilitate applying to medical school and to graduate programs including our Master of Science in Health Sciences, Master of Arts in Disability Management, or the PhD in Health Sciences
If you have any questions, please contact our (Undergraduate Programs) Health Sciences Academic Advisor: Academic Advisors

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UNBC offers a great Student for a Day program. This is an exciting program that provides students with the opportunity to participate in classes relevant to their program of interest, enjoy lunch, speak with university representatives and take a campus tour.
Undergraduate Students looking happy in the library
“The versatility of this program is one of its defining characteristics,” says Henry Harder, Professor in the School of Health Sciences at UNBC. “Students come in and say ‘this is exactly what I want.’" It includes courses such as anatomy, physiology, health information management, and indigenous health.

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