Unlock your potential to better serve patients, families and the community by earning a Health and Wellness bachelor's degree online that you can finish in as few as 18 months.1 Expand your skills and career opportunities in a variety of healthcare settings. And with in-depth, interactive online experiences, you’ll be prepared to make a difference. The Health and Wellness degree is available with online Empowered Learning™ courses, which allow you to learn by doing, manage your pace and stay connected with faculty and peers.
Plus, with our accelerated Master’s pathway, you can take up to four Master’s-level courses while earning your Bachelor's degree in Health and Wellness—setting you up to finish your online Master of Public Health in as little as one additional year and save up to $2,820.3
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Our in-depth, online Health and Wellness program is designed to unlock your potential and enhance your skills to help you advance in a fulfilling, successful career as a health and wellness professional.
Once you've graduated from our health and wellness bachelor's degree-completion program, you will have the skills to successfully advocate for wellness—from your community, hospitals and clinics to insurance companies and public and community health agencies.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the projected job growth potential between year 2020 and 2030 for Community Health Workers is 21%.2 A Bachelor's degree in Health and Wellness from Rasmussen University can help set you up for success in this growing field.
Prepare to promote health, preventative healthcare and individual wellness in a variety of settings.
Develop leadership skills that help prepare you to lead and manage effectively in any healthcare environment.
Gain necessary tangible skills and provide healthcare knowledge on key public health initiatives and concerns as they impact communities.
Learn to successfully advocate for wellness initiatives while educating the community through a holistic approach that encompasses aspects of behavioral and physical health.
Learn how to act as a healthcare and social services advocate for patients of different ages and cultural backgrounds. Learn how to overcome barriers to healthcare as well as challenges to patient rights, health justice and preventing disease.
Students demonstrate the ability to use interdisciplinary methods to draw together different areas of study focusing on relevant Health and Wellness concepts and concerns. Relies heavily on knowledge and skills learned in previous program courses to demonstrate transferable skills, from critical thinking and digital fluency to ethics and professional responsibility.
Studies the U.S. legal system and court process with emphasis on legal and ethical issues within healthcare. Fraud and abuse, patient privacy and confidentiality will also be covered. Includes a project specific to the student’s program of study.
23 Courses to Complete
91 Credit Hours
Rasmussen University is committed to making education more affordable for all students. Our tuition estimating tool can help you visualize the cost of your degree and see what savings opportunities are available to help you achieve it.
To be considered for admission, students must hold a conferred Associate’s degree from an accredited institution as recognized by the Department of Education, or students must have successfully completed 90 quarter or 60 semester credits with a grade of C or higher. In addition to meeting other Rasmussen University admission requirements, you will need to pass a background check.
We believe in giving credit where it’s due. You can get an estimate of your transfer credits without an official transcript in one business day (on average). Talk to an admissions advisor today, or explore our Transfer Policy page for our seamless credit policies designed to maximize credits, potentially save money and expedite graduation.
Higher education should be a manageable investment. Talk to an admissions advisor and learn how these programs can make it more affordable with self-directed assessments, credit for prior learning, loans and grants, scholarship opportunities, and corporate and military discounts for those who qualify.