Earn Your Bachelor’s Degree in a Science, Medical, or Health Profession
You’re passionate about helping others, honoring God, and finding a career that matches your interests. That’s why our School of Health Sciences degrees are designed to get you where you need to be—whether that is entering your career field of choice after graduation or preparing to attend graduate school.
Through our School of Health Sciences, you can pursue degrees in a wide range of areas of study like biomedical sciences (pre-med), zoo and wildlife biology, forensic science, exercise science, respiratory therapy, public health, and more. If you’re passionate about science, medicine, or health, and you love helping people, we have a degree for you.
Don’t wait any longer. Start pursuing your calling today! With a degree from our School of Health Sciences, you’ll be one step closer to your career goals.
School of Health Sciences Available Degree Programs
Get the hands-on experience you need to serve others as an athletic trainer through the prevention, examination, and rehabilitation of injuries and medical conditions with our Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training.
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Understand the complex nature of God’s creation by studying the chemical basis of molecular structure and function within biological systems by pursuing our Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology degree.
Biomedical Sciences (Pre-med)
With our Bachelor of Science in Biopsychology, you’ll get integrative training in the areas of biology, chemistry, and psychology allowing you to go on to medical school and pursue a career in the area of neuroscience.
In our Bachelor of Science in Biotechnology degree, you’ll study genes and the complexity of the cell while gaining foundational knowledge in biology and chemistry. You will also learn laboratory skills and safety, which will set you up for research projects during your junior and senior years.
Our lab-intensive, research-based Bachelor of Science in Chemistry degree will prepare you for employment upon graduation or to go on to graduate schools studying the molecular sciences.
Prepare yourself for an exciting career in sports, fitness, and wellness by pursuing our Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science degree.
Work with crime scenes and government offices by earning our Bachelor of Science in Forensic Science degree. You’ll be prepared to pursue a career with the Department of Health, the FBI, the Department of Homeland Security, offices of the Chief Medical Examiner, and many more.
Physical Education and Health
Work with elementary, middle school, or high school students to professionally assess their health needs and promote physical health with our Bachelor of Science in Physical Education and Health.
Prepare yourself for an exciting career in the health field by becoming a respiratory care professional with our Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Therapy degree.
Zoo and Wildlife Biology
Be a professional who works with animals in zoos, parks, rehabilitation centers, and veterinary clinic settings with our Bachelor of Science in Zoo and Wildlife Biology degree.
Obtain all the prerequisite requirements and experience you need to apply to veterinary school with our Bachelor of Science in Zoology degree.
Why Choose One of Liberty’s Health Sciences Bachelor’s Degrees?
You’re looking for a degree that will set you up for success as you pursue a career in health sciences. At Liberty, we have made every effort to ensure the degree you receive is challenging, fulfilling, and marketable.
Each of our health sciences programs provides hands-on experience that is integrated into the curriculum as well as exciting internship opportunities. For instance, our Biology and Chemistry Department offers lab-intensive courses to make sure you are actively using the knowledge and skills you gain in the classroom. Our forensic science degree offers internship opportunities with the FBI, Department of Homeland Security, local police offices, and government departments as well as opportunities in Washington D.C.
Not only will you receive hands-on experience, but you’ll also learn from some of the top professors in the field. Each of our professors has years of experience in their field, and they are dedicated to your success as they work with you in the classroom and labs every week.
School of Health Sciences Degree Information
- 120-141 total credit hours
- Transfer in up to 50% of your major-specific credits and 75% of your total degree
- View our course catalog
Admission Requirements for Undergraduate Degrees
Every application is reviewed by the admission committee on a case-by-case basis, meaning there are no set minimums for acceptance. However, all applicants must submit the following documents* for admission:
- Admission application
- Official high school transcripts
- Official college transcripts (if applicable)
- SAT, ACT, or CLT scores
- Admission essay
*Note that additional documentation may be requested by the admission committee after your application has been received.