A Program Designed for Working Professionals
and Transfer Students
The Bachelor of Science in Health Services (BHS) is a degree program designed to prepare students for managerial positions in a variety of healthcare organizations and environments. For students with 50 or more transferable units or an AA degree they can complete the program in 23 months attending courses only 2 nights per week.
Learn from USF faculty who have extensive classroom and real world experiences. Benefit from small class sizes while building relationships with fellow students.
Programs are currently available at our Pleasanton and Santa Rosa campuses. Complete you Bachelor degree in less than 2 years attending classes 2 nights per week.
The courses offered are designed for the adult learner and those just starting a career in healthcare. The curriculum focuses on topics related to leadership, administration, and delivery of health care services within organizations as well as human and financial resource management and best practices. Graduates will be prepared to:
- Engage in leadership activities within health care organizations in a variety of settings for various populations.
- Use evidence based best practices when managing financial and human resources.
- Analyze complex problems related to healthcare by using informatics, tools, resources and methods required to develop logical outcomes.
- Make policy decisions within the organizations using concepts of social justice, and effective communication strategies.
The Bachelors of Science Degree in Health Services requires the completion of 128 credits of coursework. This includes 42 credits for the major; 44 credits in general education and core requirements; and 42 credits in of electives. Please schedule an appointment with one of our counselors to see how your credits will transfer into this program.
For more information about the program, please contact:
Pleasanton Campus, (925) 867-2711, ask an advisor
Santa Rosa Campus, (707) 527-9612, ask an advisor