Four health sciences colleges offer undergraduate programs at Ohio State. These programs provide a firm preparation for further graduate study or entry-level employment.
Bachelor of Science in Public Health
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Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences
The BSPS program provides students with a general education curriculum, classes in core sciences, and foundational courses in the pharmaceutical sciences. It is a 4-year, non-licensure, undergraduate bachelor’s degree program. This program is intended as preparation for graduate studies, professional education, and/or entry-level employment in the pharmaceutical industry. Read more about the BSPS here.
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) is the entry level professional nursing degree and provides the foundation for graduate study. The undergraduate major requires a minimum of four years of full-time study. Part-time study may be possible, but will lengthen the time for degree completion. Read more about nursing undergraduate programs here.
Undergraduate programs in the College of Medicine
The College of Medicine’s School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences offers seven undergraduate programs:
- Athletic training
- Health information management & systems
- Health sciences
- Medical laboratory science
- Medical dietetics
- Radiological sciences and therapy
- Respiratory therapy