Bachelor of Science in Nursing

The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN-BSN) degree is designed for registered nurses (RNs) who have graduated from either an associate degree or diploma program and who desire to expand their knowledge in the nursing profession. All classes are offered online, allowing you to earn your degree at your convenience and without having to sacrifice your present job or income.

Medical Imaging

The baccalaureate Medical Imaging curriculum is designed to build upon an Associate Degree in imaging or an approved diploma program. Diploma graduates may need to complete prerequisite courses in general education prior to acceptance into the Medical Imaging degree program. The baccalaureate program is approximately a two year completion program.

Occupational Therapy

The entry-level Occupational therapy master’s degree program is designed for practicing OTAs to progress to occupational therapists. The program offers two tracks, a Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT) track for OTAs with a prior bachelor’s degree, and a combined Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Health Studies/Master of Occupational Therapy (BSIHS/MOT) track for OTAs with an associate degree as their highest educational level.

The MOT track includes hybrid courses (online with every third weekend on-campus classes), as well as independent studies and fieldwork experiences.  The BSIHS/MOT track is all online courses for the first two semesters; the next four academic semesters include hybrid courses (online with every third weekend on-campus classes), independent studies, and fieldwork experiences.

Pharmacy Technology

The Pharmacy Technology program is designed help you acquire the degree you need to become an Advanced Pharmacy Technician. The program provides the flexibility of hybrid coursework along with face-to-face instruction and clinical experiences working alongside pharmacists.


Distance education courses may include business, computed tomography, computer, health services leadership & management, humanities, magnetic resonance imaging, math, nursing, pharmacy, philosophy, religion, and sociology. The following table represents the courses that are offered through distance education.

BIO 100 Medical Terminology NSG 305 Health Policy
BIO 163 Basic Anatomy and Physiology NSG 313 Current Issues in Nursing
BIO 410/510 Advanced Applications of Human Anatomy and Physiology NSG 405 Pharmacology
BIO 420/520 Functional Kinesiology NSG 406 Quality and Safety Issues in Healthcare
BIO 430/530 Fundamentals in Neuroscience NSG 407 Nursing Research
BIO 440/540 Pathophysiology NSG 410 Health and Populations and Service Learning Project
BUS 310 Introduction to Accounting and Financial Management NSG 411 Transitions in Care
CAS 190 Computer Technology Applications NTR 210 Nutrition for Healthy Living
CAT 302 CT Pathophysiology NSG 305 Health Policy
CAT 303 CT Procedures and Protocols OCT 510 Foundations for Occupational Therapy
CHM 101 General Chemistry I OCT 520 Occupation Development through the Lifespan
COM 201 Communication in Business and Professional Life OCT 530 Occupational Therapy in Health Care
COM 301 Communications, Culture, and the Community OCT 610 OT Assessment and Intervention for Pediatrics and Adolescence
ENG 101 English Composition I OCT 615 Level I Fieldwork # 1
ENG 210 World Literature OCT 620 OT Services for Pediatrics and Adolescence
ENG 302 Research and Reporting OCT 630 OT Assessment and Intervention for Adults through Geriatrics
ENG 315 Creative Writing OCT 640 OT Services for Adults through Geriatrics
ENV 301 Environmental Health OCT 645 Level I Fieldwork # 2
HEA 110 Health and Wellness OCT 650 Therapeutic Adaptations in Occupational Therapy
HSL 300 Introduction to Health Services Organizations OCT 660 MOT Cornerstone
HSL 303 Health Services Supervision OCT 670 Therapeutic Modalities in Occupational Therapy
HSL 330 Human Resources Management OCT 680 MOT Capstone
HSL 341 Issues in Performance Improvement OCT 685 Level II Fieldwork # 1
HSL 350 Leadership in the Health Service Industry OCT 695 Level II Fieldwork # 2
HSL 400 Organizational Dynamics and Communications PHT 110 Introduction to Pharmacy
HSL 403 Current Issues in Health Services Management PHT 120 Pharmacy Practice I
HSL 410 Legal and Ethical Issues in Contemporary Society PHT 130 Pharmaceutical Calculations
HUM 310 Art PHT 140 Principles of Sterile Product Preparation
HUM 315 Women in Art PHT 150 Pharmacology for Technicians I
IHS 401/501 Applied Statistics and Research Methods PHT 165 Community and Home Care Pharmacy
MAT 171 Pre-calculus Algebra PHT 210 Pharmacology for Technicians II
MAT 201 Introductory Statistics PHT 225 Acute Care Pharmacy
MIS 300 Advanced Patient Care for Imaging Professionals PHT 235 Pharmacy Professional Applications
MIS 301 Bone Densitometry PHT 240 Pharmacy Professional Applications
MIS 302 Pharmacology for Imaging Professionals PSY 101 General Psychology
MIS 400 Medical Imaging Quality Control PSY 150 Human Growth and Development
MIS 401 Information Systems Management for Imaging Sciences REL 210 World Religions
MRI 302 MRI Pathophysiology SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology
MRI 303 MRI Procedures and Protocols SOC 203 Marriage and the Family
MRI 304 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Clinical Applications SOC 320 Sociology of Health and Illness
NSG 300 Nursing in Society SPA 201 Introduction to Hispanic Culture
NSG 301 Health Assessment OCT 510 Foundations for Occupational Therapy
NSG 302 Coping with Loss and Grief OCT 520 Occupation Development through the Lifespan
NSG 303 Nursing Leadership and Management OCT 530 Occupational Therapy in Health Care