Pursuing Excellence through UC Online’s Bachelor in Health Sciences

Choosing the University of Cincinnati (UC) Online

When Tori, a seasoned Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA), decided to elevate her career to the next level, she knew that obtaining a bachelor’s degree in health sciences was the way forward. Her dedication to advancing her education led her to the University of Cincinnati (UC) Online’s Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences program.

Reflecting on her motivation to seek a bachelor’s in health sciences, Tori shared, “I am a PTA currently and have been for 8 years and have decided to pursue my education further to become a PT.”

As an alumnus of UC, Tori experienced the university’s high-quality education and supportive environment during her degree program. When asked about why she chose UC, she explained, “It is where I got my associates, and I can go online.” Her positive past experiences at UC played a pivotal role in her decision to continue her education with the university.

Navigating the Online Learning Experience

Opting for an online program was a clear choice for Tori due to her busy lifestyle. “I work full time at a hospital, I’m newly divorced, and have my toddler son at home with me most of the time. This allows me the flexibility I need,” she expressed. The online format provided her with the convenience to manage her work, personal life, and studies effectively.

Approaching the online learning experience, Tori had some insights to share with those who might be new to this format. She explained, “I have not found it very challenging. The format is set up well into weekly modules. You have to manage your time wisely with multiple classes and make sure you’re staying on top of your projects. I feel the classes are organized well to make it easy on the students.” Her discipline and organizational skills helped her navigate the coursework smoothly, ensuring she remained on track with her studies.

Discussing her expectations from the program, Tori emphasized the importance of flexibility, stating, “To give me flexibility in homework, exams, etc. Most classes give us 4-5 days for exams which is important to me with my son and work schedule.” The program met her expectations, and she appreciated the courses that allowed ample time for assessments, allowing her to balance her responsibilities efficiently.

Bright Aspirations for the Future

With the Bachelor’s degree, Tori’s future aspirations are bright. When asked about her plans after graduation, she expressed, “I hope to pursue my doctorate in physical therapy.” Her determination to reach the highest level of expertise in her field illustrated her commitment to professional growth and making a positive impact on patients’ lives.

Tori’s journey in the University of Cincinnati Online’s Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences program stands as a testament to the university’s dedication to providing quality online education tailored to the needs of working professionals. Her experience showcased the power of perseverance, adaptability, and the support of an institution committed to its students’ success.

Ready to Level Up Your Career? Learn More and Apply

Are you ready to follow Tori’s lead? Learn more about the BS Health Sciences program and start your application.

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