Why choose Rider for your online bachelor’s in allied health studies?
Learn to better position yourself in the evolving health care industry, on your schedule. Our online BSAHS degree is designed for working professionals in allied health fields. The program can build on your core competencies while exposing you to new approaches to delivering positive health care outcomes — ones informed by emerging practices and compassion for the patient experience. Whether you’re looking to grow in your career, explore new roles or gain educational credentials, Rider can help you achieve your goals.
If you’re looking for on-campus or hybrid learning options, please see the on-campus BS in Allied Health Studies website for courses offered at our Lawrenceville, NJ location.
Prepare for success as a career changer
Rider welcomes students from all backgrounds into the online bachelor’s in allied health studies program. Your enrollment advisor can help set you up for success by guiding you through the process. Make a smooth transition into the program — and your new career path.
Learn on your schedule
Our online bachelor’s degree in allied health studies offers you the flexibility to grow your health care knowledge around your life. You can join the online BSAHS program in the fall, spring or summer, and work at your own pace on a part-time basis. With Rider, you can tailor your degree to fit with your commitments.
Diverse career opportunities
As an allied health professional, you can seek a range of careers that allow you to serve the well-being of others from different perspectives. The demand for experienced health care workers is strong. In fact, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects an 18% growth for all health care occupations between 2016 and 2026.
We’ve structured our BSAHS program to give you a competitive edge in this thriving career field. Your bachelor’s in allied health studies degree can qualify you for the following roles and median salaries*:
Community Health Worker
Medical and Health Services Manager
*According to Burning-glass.com and the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
Our online bachelor’s degree in allied health studies provides you with the opportunity to build your industry expertise and enhance your career options. That’s why we do our best to make it accessible to anyone interested in pursuing their degree.
Here’s what you’ll need:
- A completed application with a non-refundable application fee
- Official transcripts from all institutions attended*
- Minimum GPA of 2.5
- Copies of a current/unrestricted license in any allied health field
*Degree-seeking candidates with fewer than 30 college credits should also submit an official high school transcript or a copy of your GED certificate.
Pick a start time that works for you.
Your program has to fit around your schedule. So in addition to making our BSAHS degree 100% online, we also offer multiple start times throughout the year. Just choose the one that works best for you.
- Spring A – February 1
- Spring B – March 22
- Summer A – May 18
- Summer B – July 6
- Fall A – September 8
- Fall B – October 27
In the health care industry, learning is essential. New skills can change your ability to guide and serve those in need. Earning your Bachelor of Science in Allied Health Studies degree from Rider University shows your commitment to evolving your practice and providing a higher level of support. It can also expand your career opportunities and earning potential. Let us help you achieve your goals and position yourself for success.