Undergraduate Catalog 2023-2024

The President and the Faculty have the responsibility and authority to establish and maintain standards of ethical, personal and professional conduct for students in the College. It is assumed that each student who enrolls at Bryan College of Health Sciences is in agreement with the philosophy, goals and values and will cooperate in furthering these purposes by adhering to regulations.

The Undergraduate Catalog is the authoritative source for information about program and graduation requirements and regulations.

Students are encouraged to meet with an advisor prior to registering for classes and to register during early enrollment periods to ensure course availability. The College reserves the right to cancel courses with low enrollments. Furthermore, the College reserves the right to modify the published schedule without prior notice. 

Ultimately, students are responsible for their own academic planning; they are responsible for fulfilling degree requirements and for abiding with all regulations.

A plan for General Education has been developed for both the Baccalaureate and Associate degree level. This plan addresses six categories of study: Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, Communications, Mathematics, Humanities/Fine Arts and Business/Management. Students completing a degree from Bryan College of Health Sciences must meet the requirements of the General Education plan. The General Education plan provides a core of knowledge which is further integrated into the student’s major area of study. In addition to the core provided in the General Education plan, students may have other required General Education courses that must be completed to complement the major area of study.