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Bachelor of Science in Nursing
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN-BSN) degree is designed for registered nurses (RNs) who have graduated from either an associate degree or diploma program and who desire to expand their knowledge in the nursing profession.

All classes are offered online with the exception of Nursing 301 which requires three face-to-face meetings on campus, allowing you to earn your degree at your convenience and without having to sacrifice your present job or income. Attendance at an on campus orientation is required prior to enrollment.

Health Services Leadership and Management
The Health Services Leadership and Management (HSLM) program is designed for professionals with an associate degree in a health-related field. The curriculum introduces the student to the tools and skills needed to effectively manage a unit or small department within a larger healthcare facility.

All HSLM classes meet on Tuesday evening on a rotating schedule, meaning only one course will meet face-to-face each week. For example, week one HSL 300 will meet face-to-face; week two HSL 350 will meet face-to-face, and so on. The weeks that classes are not meeting face-to-face they will have online assignments. This schedule maximizes the number of courses in which one enrolls while minimizing the actual time in the classroom.

Occupational Therapy
The entry-level master's degree in occupational therapy program is designed for practicing OTA's to progress to occupational therapists. The program offers two tracks, a Master's in Occupational Therapy (MOT) track for OTA's with a prior bachelor's degree, and a combined Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Health Studies/Master's in Occupational Therapy (BSIHS/MOT) track for OTA's with an associate degree as their highest educational level.

The MOT track includes hybrid courses (online with every third weekend on-campus classes), as well as independent studies and fieldwork experiences. The BSIHS/MOT track is all online courses for the first two semesters; the next four academic semesters include hybrid courses (online with every third weekend on-campus classes), independent studies, and fieldwork experiences.

Pharmacy Technology
The Pharmacy Technology program is designed help you acquire the degree you need to become an Advanced Pharmacy Technician. The program provides the flexibility of hybrid coursework along with face-to-face instruction and clinical experiences working alongside pharmacists.

Distance education courses may include business, computed tomography, computer, health services leadership & management, humanities, magnetic resonance imaging, math, nursing, pharmacy, philosophy, religion, and sociology.

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