The Bachelor Program Health Sciences is particularly attractive due to the content’s international comparability and the degree’s international compatibility.
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.), six semesters.
Jobs in the area of health sciences and disease prevention are being driven by demographic changes, increasing use of technology and the development of new diagnostic and treatment methods. At the same time, new fields of work in disease prevention, health promotion and health management are emerging that require a scientifically based education.
The Health Sciences course qualifies students particularly for activities in public healthcare facilities, insurance and nursing funds, facilities for disease prevention and health promotion, hospital management, rehabilitation clinics and aged care facilities as well as business consultancies.
The focus of the studies in the Bachelor course is management and economics in healthcare, disease prevention and health promotion, health advice, health psychology and health pedagogy, public health and epidemiology. Throughout the Bachelor and Master courses in Health Sciences, students can specialise and deepen their knowledge by selecting core competencies, specialisation modules and compulsory elective modules.