Some five million allied health care providers in the United States work both independently and collaboratively with physicians, nurses, dentists, pharmacists and other professionals to meet the nation’s growing demand for quality health care.
Towson University partners with community colleges throughout the state to offer the bachelor of technical and professional studies in allied health (BTPS). If you are a community college graduate with an associate’s degree in an approved allied health discipline, this program can advance your education and your career. You can pursue your degree on campus or online — the program is Towson University’s only fully online undergraduate major.
Six different tracks allow you to match your personal interests with your area of study. Complete 18 units from the tracks below:
Students can transfer up to 64 credits from regionally accredited community colleges, but must take any non-completed core curriculum courses at Towson University to satisfy the requirement of 36 total core units. Of these 36 units, 18 must be taken in required foundation courses.
Students who are interested in applying to the Allied Health Program should review the admission requirements.
View all degree requirements and course descriptions in the Undergraduate Catalog.