The Bachelor of Science in Interprofessional Health Sciences (B.S. in IPHS) is a new undergraduate degree major at Seton Hall University. This innovative program has been carefully designed to meet the evolving healthcare needs of the 21st century. Located in the Interprofessional Health Sciences and Health Administration Department, along with the Ph.D. in Health Sciences and Master of Healthcare Administration programs, the program offers three distinctive yet versatile concentrations:
- Health Sciences Administration and Management
- Exercise Science
- Pharmaceutical and Health Sciences Marketing
This degree will provide a flexible course of study that enables you to gain a broad-based understanding of the healthcare field and a holistic understanding of health issues and challenges. Majoring in Interprofessional Health Sciences prepares you for meaningful roles in the rapidly evolving and complex world of healthcare.
We also offer a 3+2 program – B.S. in IPHS (Exercise Science track) plus M.S. in Athletic Training.
Learn more about the new program at an upcoming webinar!
Current Seton Hall students can choose from the following dates:
- Wednesday, July 13 at 7 p.m.
- Wednesday, August 10 at 7 p.m.
- Current Seton Hall students register here >>
Prospective students can choose from the following dates:
- Thursday, June 23 5:30 p.m.
- Wednesday, August 10 5:30 p.m.
- Prospective students register here >>
If you would like more information, but cannot attend any of these sessions, please contact Interim Program Director Nina Capone Singleton, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, BCS-CL at firstname.lastname@example.org.
By the Numbers
"The Interprofessional Health Sciences undergraduate program provides students with a strong foundation in the broad and complex subject of health in our world today. We offer three distinctive concentrations within which students can distinguish themselves. They will supplement their concentration courses with a rich set of 27 electives from the larger University curriculum. Each program feature is designed to make students well-rounded and career-ready."Nina Capone Singleton, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, BCS – CLInterim Program Director and Associate Professor, Department of Speech-Language Pathology
All students who choose IPHS as a major will take a core set of 6 courses (16 credits) alongside their 36 credits of concentration courses. In addition, there are 27 credits of electives that can be used toward developing a minor course of study, a semester abroad or to take their pre-medical study program.
University Core (16 credits)
SHMS college Core (23 credits)
IPHS program Core (18 credits)
Concentration (36 credits)
Electives (27 credits)
Careers in Health Sciences
Students who pursue this degree have a wide array of careers, such as:
- Athletic Director
- Brand Management
- Cardiac Rehabilitation Specialist
- Corporate Wellness Coordinator
- Health Compliance Officer
- Health Educator
- Hospital Administration
- Hospital Quality Assurance
- Medical and Health Service Management
- Patient Advocate
- Pharmaceutical Sales Representative
- Public Health Administrator
- Strength and Conditioning Specialist
- Wellness Program Manager
The faculty in our internationally recognized research and teaching programs are committed to guiding students to success. Seton Hall is a Catholic University where great thinkers do more than think. They teach.
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