Bachelor of Science in Applied Health Sciences
Beginning in fall 2024, students will have the option to enroll in WSU Applebaum’s bachelor of science in applied health sciences program.
The new bachelor of science in applied health sciences degree becomes WSU Applebaum’s only direct-admit program, meaning students can begin connecting with the college during their first year at Wayne State. Enrollees will emerge with strong foundations in medical terminology, anatomy and physiology, communication within a health care setting, interdisciplinary patient care, critical thinking and writing, ethics, and diversity across the health science continuum. The curriculum consists of a variety of pathways to prepare students for application to a health science professional program or as a stand-alone degree to work in various health settings.
Attend a WSU Applebaum information meeting for details
Information meetings are designed to answer your questions about WSU Applebaum's educational opportunities, admissions requirements and prerequisites. Meetings are held on the first Tuesday of each month at 6 p.m. Eastern Time. You will receive instructions for joining the online information meeting after you register to attend.
After attending an information meeting, we invite you to complete the Wayne State University undergraduate application.
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