The Health Sciences degree is a dynamic interdisciplinary program that allows students to prepare for many careers within the healthcare industry. Associate degree graduates are prepared to enter the healthcare workforce with opportunities in community organizations, research laboratories, and insurance companies. This program will also provide pathways for students to advance to other Parker degree programs within the health sciences.
12% growth rate for community health workers over a 10-year period
Projected employment of 15,200 for health educators and community health workers by 2031
The median annual wage for health education specialists was $48,860 in 2022. The median annual wage for health education specialists was $60,600 in May 2021
Parker’s graduates in the Associate’s of Science in Health Sciences can pursue a career as a:
Or use the degree as a step stone for further education in the health care industry