Applied Health Sciences Program Director: Patricia A. Wren
Instructor: Teresa Taggart
The Applied Health Sciences program is uniquely positioned to allow students to combine courses from the university curriculum with specific Associate of Applied Sciences (AAS) degrees from accredited community colleges. The two-plus-two degree completion program provides for the transfer of up to 65 semester credits from accredited two-year community colleges. Students who have completed AAS degrees in health-related fields including dental assisting, health information technology, medical assistant, occupational therapy assistant, pharmacy technician, physical therapist assistant, respiratory therapy, or surgical technology may qualify for the two-plus-two Applied Health Sciences program. Students with AAS degrees in a health-related field not listed may seek permission to enroll from the Applied Health Sciences Program Director. Concurrent enrollment in a community college AAS program and Oakland University’s AHS program is not permitted.
The Applied Health Sciences program requires that courses accepted for transfer must have a grade of 2.0 or above, and that all course-work has been taken at accredited institutions. For additional information, see the Transfer student information section of the catalog.
Schedule of classes
Specific offerings for each semester may be found in the Schedule of Classes.