Careers with an Applied Health Science Degree

What Can You Do with an Applied Health Science Degree?

If you’ve decided that the only option for you is to work in the health care field in some way, you may be wondering about possible careers with an applied health science degree. The good news is that this degree provides a path to all kinds of job titles and industries in which to apply it. If you wake up in the morning with the mission of bettering the health and wellbeing of your fellow human, we think you’re in the right place.

When you graduate from the Bachelor of Applied Health Science program at Indiana University Kokomo, you may end up working your dream job as a:

  • Health educator
  • Community health organizer
  • Health care facility coordinator
  • Medical laboratory technician
  • Clinic manager
  • Pharmaceutical sales representative
  • Health services management

And countless others!

This degree is versatile and graduates of this program are well-rounded and ready to jump in and lend a hand anywhere. You’ll be prepared for both entry and mid-level positions in for-profit and not-for-profit health-related organizations. With your IU degree in hand, your career advancement potential within the health care sector will be limitless.

It’s important to remember that your future employer might be looking for more than just a good GPA and your degree. They’ll want to know what you’ve been up to outside of your studies. Packing your resume full of work experience, internships, and extracurricular participation is an excellent way to help you stand out among other applicants. After this program, you’ll be prepped and ready to tackle the job market.

Know this program is where you belong?

If you can just tell that the Bachelor of Applied Health Science is the degree for you, don’t wait! Reach out to our admissions office to get started today. If you have some questions about how to best prepare for life after IU Kokomo, our Career and Accessibility Center is an excellent resource. They offer resume critiques, mock interviews, and even career counseling. If you have questions about whether or not this program is the one for you, reach out to our friendly and ready-to-assist staff in the Division of Allied Health Sciences. We’re looking forward to meeting you!

Ready to begin your journey?