Adventist University of Health Sciences Health Services Programs
Adventist University of Health Sciences Program Overview
Adventist University of Health Sciences (formerly Florida Hospital College of Health Sciences) is a private educational institution, founded in 1992, which is associated with the Seventh-day Adventist denomination. The college provides education in allied health fields and nursing, and offers a Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Science degree for students interested in becoming radiographers or advancing their existing radiography careers.
- BS in Radiologic Science: This degree prepares students for a career as a radiologic technologist or radiographer. Adventist University of Health Sciences uses a trimester system, and on a full course-load, this degree can be completed in as little as 24 months.
Facts About Adventist University of Health Sciences
- The college has around 2,600 students.
- Accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
- Though many of its programs are location independent because they are offered online, the college is based in Orlando, Florida.
Radiology Technician and Health Science Programs
|Adventist University of Health Sciences — Adventist University of Health Sciences (formerly Florida Hospital College) offers an accredited online BS degree in radiological sciences that offers medical imaging technologists and radiologic technicians the opportunity to learn more skills to advance their careers in the healthcare field. Earning this degree ensure that its graduates are wholly prepared for the fast-paced and quickly adapting environment of medical imaging clinics and hospitals.|