Program Director

Dr. Sylvia Stefan
(330) 941-7157


Graduates with an associate degree in dental hygiene, emergency medical services, respiratory care, medical assisting technology, medical laboratory technology, or in any medical/health related discipline (for example, radiological technology, physical therapy assistant, or dietetics) will be admitted to the BSAS in allied health program as juniors.

Graduates of non-accredited or diploma-based programs will be admitted provisionally and placed at a level determined by an evaluation of their program academic transcripts.

YSU 1500Success Seminar1-2
or SS 1500 Strong Start Success Seminar
or HONR 1500 Intro to Honors
General Education Requirements
ENGL 1550Writing 13-4
or ENGL 1549 Writing 1 with Support
ENGL 1551Writing 23
CMST 1545Communication Foundations3
Mathematics Requirement3-4
MATH 2623Quantitative Reasoning3-4
or STAT 2625 Statistical Literacy and Critical Reasoning
Arts and Humanities (6 s.h.)6
Natural Sciences (2 courses, 1 with lab) (7 s.h.)7
Social Science (6 s.h.)6
Social and Personal Awareness (6 s.h.)6
Major Requirements
AHLT 15003
AHLT 3704Quantitative Methods in Health Sciences3
AHLT 3708Preventive Public Health Care3
AHLT 3711Health Care Information Systems3
AHLT 4806Research Methods3
AHLT 4810Management Skills for Health Professionals3
AHLT 4820Directed Research3
AHLT 5807Epidemiology3
AHLT 5840Comparative Health Systems3
Allied Health Electives
Select 6 s.h. from the following:6
AHLT 3707
Elements of Urban Environmental Health Practices
Pathology of Infectious Diseases
Principles of Occupational Health and Safety
Special Topics
Stress and the Health Care Professional
Health Education for Allied Health
Environmental Health Concerns
Industrial Hygiene
Environmental Regulations
Select 39 s.h. of 3700 or higher upper division courses.
Minor (Optional) and Electives to reach 120 hours46
Total Semester Hours120-124

Pre-admission counseling is required for students seeking entry to the BSAS in Allied Health. For greater detail on program content or admissions, students should contact the Department of Health Professions.

Learning Outcomes

The student learning outcomes for the major in allied health are as follows:

  • Students will conduct a quantitative, qualitative, or mixed method research project involving data collection and analysis.
  • Students will utilize current technologies such as computer and online systems/services to access and communicate information.
  • Students will be able to analyze health care-related issues.
  • Students will demonstrate effective written and verbal communication skills.