Build your resume and learn new skills in the Health Promotion and Education, BAS program. The curriculum will help you identify barriers to wellness, identify possible interventions, and help people work towards a life they enjoy more easily! You will learn how research works its magic in both science AND practice with an eye on applying those findings right away.
The Health Promotion and Education Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) degree is on a mission to create and manage programs that improve the health of individuals, communities, schools, and organizations. We are committed to health equity and believe that people deserve access to and the ability to maintain physical and mental well-being. Our graduates are equipped with the skills they need to make a difference in the world.
These are projects made by former students for a few of our Health Promotions courses.
“Learning about healthcare in our country, how to work in groups (collaboration), and how to be more open-minded has helped shape the person I am becoming to be in my professional career. I can apply what I’ve learned so far in my life and work life.”
-Fatima M. (Current Student)
“…I now have confidence in my skills because of this program and I recognize the value and efficacy of good program creation. I am psyched and ready to apply my knowledge and skills for the good of my community!”
-Regee C. (Class of 2022)
The Health Promotion and Education BAS program’s focus is promoting health and wellness through a social justice and culturally responsive lens. We recognize that health is multidimensional and interconnected with a range of factors such as culture, socioeconomic status, race, ethnicity, gender expression or identity, sexual orientation, ability, and age. We believe that everyone deserves access to quality care, regardless of their social or economic status. And we are working to make that a reality. So, if you care about social justice and equity, join us!
You Are Welcome Here! Bellevue College welcomes applicants from all backgrounds, including non-English speakers, for our wide variety of academic and community programs.