Students with 50 or more transferable credits or an AA degree can complete the program in 23 months attending courses only two nights per week.
The Bachelors of Science Degree in Health Services requires the completion of 128 credits of coursework. This includes 44 credits for the major; 44 credits in general education and core requirements; and 12 credits of electives. Please schedule an appointment with one of our counselors to see how your credits will transfer into this program. Applications are accepted throughout the year for fall and spring semesters. Please confirm with the respective branch campuses which semesters they are accepting applications.
How to Apply
The Office of Undergraduate Admission offers two ways to complete the University of San Francisco application: The Common Application and USF’s online application. Equal consideration is given to both. Visit the Apply Now page to learn more.
November 15: Early Decision (binding)
November 15: Early Action (non-binding)
January 15: Regular Action
February 1: FAFSA must be submitted
February 15: International applicants
November 1: International applicants
December 15: Domestic applicants
Financial Aid: Apply for current semester aid asap
March 2: FAFSA for next term
Visit the undergraduate admissions website for more information on deadlines.
Applicants will receive notification from the Office of Undergraduate Admission that their application has been received and is complete within three weeks of receipt.
Transfer Bachelor of Health Services Students
Transfer students must meet the following requirements to be considered for admission into the Bachelor of Health Services program:
- 50 semester credits
- Minimum GPA of 2.0 (cumulative)
- Be in good standing in the last semester at the previous institution
For more information about the program, please contact:
Pleasanton Campus, (925) 867-2711, ask an adviser
San Jose Campus,(408) 343-7100, ask an adviser
Sacramento Campus, (916) 920-0157, ask an adviser
Santa Rosa Campus, (707) 527-9612, ask an adviser
Orange County Campus, (415) 422-4134, ask an adviser