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Health Sciences - Leadership

School of Integrative Learning

Location: Lincoln, Online
Degree Type: 
Undergraduate

The Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences - Leadership program prepares students to advance in their careers by building up the professional skills and knowledge required for a healthcare employee. 

Such skills include critical thinking, problem-solving, healthcare policy, and information literacy.

The Leadership Track is for students who wish to pursue a career in the healthcare field. The Leadership track is also for current healthcare professionals with an associates degree in allied health - such as respiratory care, or medical lab technology - who wish to advance their career. 

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Programs
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The Doane Difference

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Development and Support

Students and alumni have a partner when it comes to cultivating job search skills like networking, resume writing, interviewing, and more. We've invested in career advancement, and foster key relationships with employers to open pathways for networking, mentoring internships, and employment.

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An Easy Transition

Doane University has full transfer agreements with all community colleges and major proprietary schools in Nebraska. We welcome credits from regionally accredited institutions in all other states and verified international institutions, as well. We are committed to honoring previous learning by continuing to practice as a transfer-friendly institution.

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Long Term Impact

Doane graduates have moved up in their careers, achieved greater professional success, challenged themselves intellectually and personally, and become the best in their positions. That's why Doane is well-respected by both graduates and employers.

Program Information

Medical and Health Services Manager

2018 Median Pay: $99,730 per year
Job Outlook: Projected to grow 18% from 2018-2028
Medical and health services managers, who may also be called healthcare executives or healthcare administrators, plan, direct, and coordinate medical and health services. They might manage an entire facility, a specific clinical area or department, or a medical practice for a group of physicians. Medical and health service managers must direct changes that conform to adjustments in healthcare laws, regulations, and technology.

Health Educators and Community Health Workers

2018 Median Pay: $46,080 per year
Job Outlook: Projected to grow 11% from 2018-2028
Health Educators teach people about behaviors that promote wellness. They develop and implement strategies to improve the health of individuals and communities. Community health workers collect data and discuss health concerns with members of specific populations or communities.

Administrative Services Manager

2018 Median Pay: $96,180 per year
Job Outlook: Projected to grow 7% from 2018-2028
Administrative services managers plan, direct, and coordinate supportive services of an organization.

 

Source: www.bls.gov

Greg Seier

Greg Seier

Director of HHP, Associate Professor of Practice
Health and Human Performance
Drew Case

Drew Case

Adjunct Faculty
Lincoln Campus
Deb Savage

Deb Savage

Assistant Professor of Practice
Health Sciences
April Minster

April Minster

Director of Nursing/Health Sciences, Assoc Professor of Prac
Health Sciences
Melissa Clouse

Melissa Clouse

Director of Pre-Health Advantage/Assistant Professor of Prac
Health Sciences
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The people that you meet in those programs really do make you rethink your education and what it means to continue to obtain higher levels of education.

Chris Goplin '19
Health Science | Respiratory Care Supervisor, CHI Health St. Francis

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