HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES DEGREES MEET STUDENT, COMMUNITY NEEDS
The University will begin offering three new health and science degree programs in the fall to help meet the evolving needs of students and the health care industry.
A bachelor of science in public health with an environmental health concentration, a bachelor of science in allied health, and master of science in forensic science with specializations in forensic investigation, chemistry and biology are new degree programs in the College of Health and Human Services scheduled to launch in the 2016–17 academic year.
"We were strategic in determining which new programs we wanted to add to ensure that we are helping to meet the rising need in the workforce," said Dr. Marie Huff, dean of the College of Health and Human Services. "These are all unique programs that will ultimately draw new students to Bowling Green State University, contributing to overall student enrollment. We are excited that our college is having a positive impact on student and community needs."