Interdisciplinary Health Care
An interdisciplinary approach to health care relies on health professionals from a variety of disciplines working collaboratively with each other and patients to achieve optimum care outcomes. Through the interdisciplinary health programs offered in the Department of Interdisciplinary Health Sciences, you will be prepared for health-related careers that extend beyond direct clinical care provision to fill critical roles in the field of health care.
Become part of the next generation of health care workers with the Bachelor of Science in interdisciplinary healthcare studies. This degree allows you to acquire health expertise across disciplines, enabling you to pursue an interdisciplinary degree that extends beyond training for direct clinical care provision. Learn more at the interdisciplinary healthcare studies page.
Coming Fall 2024
The Master of Science in interdisciplinary healthcare systems positions you to pursue a career as a patient navigator, case manager, care manager, healthcare coordinator, health administrator, registered dietitian and more. Visit the interdisciplinary healthcare systems page to learn more.