Bachelor's Program - Health Sciences

pending SACSCOC approval


The Hampton University School of Nursing offers undergraduate degrees leading to the Bachelor of Science (BS) with a major in health sciences at Hampton Institute (main campus) with two concentrations: community health promotion and policy and administration. 

Hampton Institute (Main campus)

Program Objectives

Community Health Promotion

Policy and Administration

  1. Utilize parametric and non-parametric statistics to describe a research problem.
  2. Critically analyze human health issues and propose practical solutions to these issues.
  3. Describe the overall U.S. Health profile to include major concepts such as indicators, social determinants, disparities, access to health services, historical and contemporary trends and implications.
  4. Understand how social, cultural, economic, political, and biological environments affect both personal and community health.
  5. Complete a practicum and capstone experience.

 

  1. Utilize parametric and non-parametric statistics to describe a research problem.
  2. Critically analyze human health issues and propose practical solutions to these issues.
  3. Understanding basic management styles, principles and theories.
  4. Implement principles and practices of human resource administration (i.e. employee recruitment, selection, placement, training, performance evaluation, compensation, benefits, labor relations, safety, and health).
  5. Complete a practicum and capstone experience.