Associate of Science in Health Science Overview
If you’ve received military training as an allied health professional, you are already on your way to earning your associate’s degree in health science. At Purdue Global, we believe your highly specialized military training should give you a jump start on your education.
To help you achieve your academic and professional goals, we have evaluated various military occupations to help reduce the number of courses required for your associate’s degree*:
- Air Force: 4A0X1, 4A1X1, 4A2X1, 4C0X1, 4D0X1, 4J0X1, 4N0X1, 4N1X1, 4P0X1, 4R0X1, 4V0X1, 4Y0X2
- Army: 18D, 68A, 68D, 68E, 68EN5, 68F, 68G, 68J, 68K, 68M, 68P, 68PM5, 68Q, 68S, 68V, 68W, 68X, 68Y
- Coast Guard: HS
- Navy: HM
Don’t see your occupation listed? Your military experience could still earn you college credit at Purdue Global. We will evaluate your military transcripts and may award credit for prior coursework and occupational training.
We build on your prior military medical training to help you achieve your health science associate’s degree. Our curriculum focuses on a comprehensive framework that incorporates current research and industry advances in:
- Health care
- General education
- Technical health information
Apply techniques and skills from your prior military training to real-world health science scenarios with a capstone project. You can also choose to complete a health science preprofessional concentration.
See the University Catalog for policy and degree plan information specific to this program.