The BGS degree was created to provide you with the flexibility you need to finish your degree with face-to-face or online courses and a customized degree path.
The BGS will allow you to build a custom concentration out of two minors, rather than a single content focus. Your path to a degree will be built around your unique college credit history, and, if applicable, incorporate transfer credits and past major-specific work. Minors that are offered entirely online include: business, childhood studies, criminal justice, economics, health informatics and information management, and psychology. Most general education courses are also online.
An AAS/AS degree, applied coursework or military training can serve as the base of a BST. Upon this base, a concentration is built. This concentration may include any combination of courses as long as the combination is educationally sound and has a cohesive theme supporting a career goal. The concentration must include at least 30 credits, including at least 18 upper-level credits.
Are you looking for a career in a high-demand field with diverse opportunities? Are you interested in healthcare, computers, management, law, and working with other professionals? If so, then consider Western’s Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management.
The Department of Criminal Justice and Legal Studies offers students the option of studying in two separate degree programs: Criminal Justice and Legal Assistant.
Health Informatics and Information Management
Early Childhood Education: Courses offered online and at Metropolitan Community College – Penn Valley Campus. Some courses may overlap with courses offered at the Kansas City Northland Campus.
RN-BSN Completion Program: courses offered online and at Metropolitan Community College – Health Sciences Institute.