BAS in Allied Health Community Health & Education
Seattle Central College
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If you are a healthcare professional with strong interpersonal and problem–solving skills and a desire to help others, then Seattle Central's Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) in Allied Health—Community Health & Education may be right for you. With this degree, you will receive the education and training needed to promote health and prevent disease within communities.
This Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) in Allied Health: Community Health and Education track is designed to give you a comprehensive education to become an accomplished professional in the field. By the end of the program, you will be able to:
Evaluate individual, community, and institutional needs for health education and training.
Assess behavioural and cultural factors that impact health communications and healthcare delivery.
Plan and implement health communications interventions, educational strategies, and behaviour change programs for individuals, groups, communities, and institutions.
Serve as a community health and education resource person.
Communicate and advocate for health and health education.
Evaluate, research, and design program evaluation to assess health education and community health programs.
This bachelor's degree track opens the door for you to work as a Health Educator or Community Health Professional in a variety of settings, including:
Nonprofit health organizations