The University is proud to offer a competitive 30-week Traditional Post-baccalaureate Program in Health Sciences which will help develop each student's scientific skills and foundational knowledge in basic health professions sciences while also exposing them to a patient care experiences in a variety of settings and disciplines.
This program offers students interested in pursuing a graduate or professional degree in the health sciences the opportunity to strengthen their scientific background or use it as a record enhancer, boost their CV, or earn prerequisite course credits. The biggest advantage to completing the program is that it makes a student a competitive applicant for any health professions program to which they apply.
Students in the certificate program will receive an introduction to patient care and have the opportunity to observe within the University’s clinical facilities, along with career guidance to assist them in achieving their ultimate professional goals. Eligible students accepted into the Post-baccalaureate program who successfully complete the certificate, submit a complete application, and meet the program prerequisite requirements will be guaranteed an interview to a Salus program of their choice.*
* Post-baccalaureate students must complete 25 credits while maintaining good academic standing (a GPA of 3.0 or higher and no more than two 'C' grades) in order to successfully complete the certificate program. Contact the Office of Admissions for additional information.
The University recently added the Post-baccalaureate Program in Health Sciences - Speech-Language Pathology Track, designed to prepare students to excel academically and professionally by providing a rigorous, holistic and comprehensive experience that will establish a foundation necessary for their success in future health professional and graduate degree programs.
This program will serve to assist students interested in a career in Speech-Language Pathology who need content-specific coursework, to improve their GPA, or to improve their study skills and academic success.