The Bachelor of Science in Community Health and Wellness degree will be awarded to students who successfully complete 120-123 credit hours of general education and major course work. Student will specialize in either a 120-credit hour healthcare administration track (non-clinical) or a 123-credit clinical track depending on their career interests. The program includes 38 hours of general education, 61 hours of major core courses and 24 credit hours in the clinical track or 21 credit hours in the Healthcare Administration track.

There are two tracks in the Community Health and Wellness degree: