A bachelor is an advanced degree that typically takes about four years of schooling to earn. The knowledge and training students receive while earning their degrees may lead to incredible professional opportunities upon graduation.
Global health is an interdisciplinary field that reaches across the disciplines of medicine and public health into fields such as anthropology, international relations, economics, law, demography, sociology, and developmental studies. Its aim is to understand health conditions around the world and develop solutions for improving conditions and reducing disparity.
Carleton’s Bachelor of Health Sciences (BHSc) is a wide-ranging and career-focused program that will provide you with the skills required to succeed in the rapidly changi
Carleton’s Bachelor of Health Sciences (BHSc) is a wide-ranging and career-focused program that will provide you with the skills required to succeed in the rapidly changing worlds of medicine, biomedical research and healthcare research. You will gain a strong foundation in the scientific knowledge and methods involved in the study of human health, along with the capacity to engage in broader multidisciplinary, multi-sector, and multicultural approaches to finding solutions to some of the most crucial health issues of our time.
The Carleton advantage
The BHSc program reflects Carleton’s strengths in such fields as science, global and international studies, journalism and evidence-based practices and policy, and architecture and the built environment. This emphasis on interdisciplinarity will provide you with the breadth of knowledge and experience that medical schools and employers look for....