The multidisciplinary Bachelor in Health Sciences bundles bio- and social-scientific perspectives on the topic of health and imparts broad-based specialist and methodological skills.
Study area I - basic modules
Social sciences, life sciences, key skills
In the basic modules, competences that have been acquired in the health professions (see approval) are recognized.
Study area II - Competency area methods
Methods of scientific work; Empirical health research (introduction and deepening); Epidemiology and Biostatistics (Introduction)
Study area III - competence area knowledge
Advanced modules: life sciences; Health psychology; Sociology of health; Health education; Health sciences; History, philosophy and ethics; Health policy and economics; Studium generale
Study area IV - Competence area action
Action modules: Health Care I and Health Care II; Health psychology; Sociology of health; Health education;
In the action modules, the professional experience of the students is reflected and recognized as an internship.
Bachelor thesis and colloquium
In addition to a university entrance qualification, the admission requirement is training in a nursing or therapeutic occupation. Professionally acquired skills are partly credited towards the course.
Areas of employment are available in all health care institutions, health, long-term care, accident insurances, welfare and interest groups, professional associations, associations and companies
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