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College of Health Sciences


The mission of the Bethel University College of Health Sciences is to create learning opportunities in a Christian environment that strengthen the individual who desires a career in healthcare to develop to his or her highest potential. Highest potential is defined as providing health care services to the patient communities served, which is of the highest quality, evidence based, and delivered in a safe manner while exemplifying Christian values.

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Physician Assistant Program

Bethel's Physician Assistant program will confer a Master of Science degree in physician assistant studies upon completion of 12 months of didactic education and 15 months of clinical experiences. Graduates go on to be compassionate healthcare professionals who practice medicine within an ethical framework grounded in Christian principles.

Physician Assistant Program

Nursing Program

Not only is Bethel’s BSN program one of only 67 of the 1,844 nursing programs across the U.S. to have achieved a 100 percent pass rate, but we are also one of only two programs in Tennessee to have accomplished this. We have a proud tradition of graduating outstanding nurses – nurses who are leaders that positively impact the quality of patient care.

Nursing Program

College of Health Sciences Catalog

The catalog for the College of Health Sciences current school year and past years can be referenced for program requirements.

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