Health Care Delivery Degree Programs
Undergraduate and graduate degree programs in health care delivery at ASU’s College of Health Solutions provide comprehensive educational options for current and aspiring health professionals. These programs meet the growing market demand for professionals with the skills and knowledge to optimize health care delivery and improve health outcomes.
Students can earn the prerequisites necessary for application to graduate, professional or medical school with bachelor’s degrees in health sciences and medical studies. Tracks within the medical studies bachelor’s degree enable students to prepare for the health field that most interests them, including occupational therapy, pharmacy, medicine (MD and DO), optometry, dentistry, or physician assistant. Each year, a limited number of students pursuing a bachelor’s degree in health sciences have an opportunity to pursue an echocardiography certificate through Mayo Clinic.
Our undergraduate and graduate degrees in the science of health care delivery prepare students to lead fundamental change for optimizing the health care system. The complexity of that system drove the creation of first-of-their-kind programs, including our flexible nine-month master’s program which can serve as a gap year option for students preparing to apply to medical and professional schools. Through ASU’s unique partnership with Mayo Clinic, 18 credits from our science of health care delivery master’s program are part of the curriculum at the Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine.
Current and aspiring integrated health care providers can earn a Doctor of Behavioral Health or Master of Integrated Health Care, innovative programs that prepare students to bring together primary care and behavioral health care. These programs are designed for busy working clinicians or those who aspire to manage behavioral health and integrated health care programs.