A bachelor degree in Biomedical Science, such as the one offered at National University of Health Sciences, provides many future career options, including in the field of health care.
Here are some reasons why you might want to complete your degree in BS.
- 28 out of the U.S. News & World Report 2016 “100 Best Jobs” are in health care, health care support or science.
- A 2014 Federal Reserve Bank of New York report shows that those with a bachelor’s degree can expect to earn $1.2 million more from the ages of 22 — 64 than someone with just a high school diploma.1
- STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics), health, and business majors are the highest paying, leading to average annual wages of $37,000 or more at the entry level and an average of $65,000 or more annually over the course of a recipient’s career.2
- Entry-level college-educated workers aged 21-14 with Health Majors earn a median of $41,000 annually. For ages 25-59, this jumps to $65,000 annually.3
- Median annual wages of college-educated workers with biology and life sciences majors (ages 25-50) $56,000.4
- Georgetown University projects 5.6 million jobs in the healthcare sector by 2020, 82% of which will require postsecondary education.5
Visit National University and explore how completing your bachelor’s degree in biomedical sciences on our campus can open more doors in your future. Call the Office of Admissions at 1-800-826-6285 or email [email protected] for more information.
1: 2014, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
2,3,4,5: 2015, The Economic Value of College Majors, Georgetown University