The Health Science degree is a dynamic interdisciplinary program that allows students to prepare for many careers within the health care industry. Associate degree graduates are prepared to enter the health care 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.
The mission of the Health Sciences department is to develop graduates to acquire professional careers in health science, to become researchers in their field of interest, to pursue advanced studies in health science programs and to develop leaders in the field of health and wellness.
16% Health Educators and Community Health Workers growth rate between 2016-2026
127,100 available jobs for health educators and community health workers
Highest 10% of health educational specialists earned more than $98,680 in 2019.
Parker’s Associate of Science in Health Sciences consists of:
The graduating student will be able to: