Bachelor of Science (B.S.) Degree
The bachelor’s degree is an upper-level degree that offers students an opportunity to continue their education beyond the associate’s level. The B.S. degree prepares you to enter an advanced position within a specialized career field. At Valencia, students must first complete an associate degree before transferring into a baccalaureate program. Bachelor’s degrees require about four years of study (including time spent earning the associate degree).
Valencia currently offers three bachelor’s degree programs.
The bachelor’s degree in Cardiopulmonary Sciences is for allied health professionals who have completed an associate degree in Respiratory Care, Cardiovascular Technology, or Cardiopulmonary Technology. This degree will provide you with the skills to assume a leadership role within your profession.
• Community Health
• Non-invasive Cardiology
Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology
Engineering technologists use math and science to create and enhance technologies that benefit humanity. So, if you like knowing why and how things work and applying that knowledge to solve real-life problems and help people, engineering technology may be the career for you.
• Audio and Electro-Acoustical Systems
• Computer Systems
• Electrical/Electronic Systems
• Laser and Photonics
Radiologic and Imaging Sciences
The bachelor’s degree in Radiologic and Imaging Sciences is for imaging professionals who have completed an AS degree in Radiography, Sonography, Nuclear Medicine Technology or Radiation Therapy. The AS to BS degree program will provide the opportunity for you to gain valuable knowledge and skills in radiology management/administration, teaching and in an advanced clinical modality of your choice.
• Cardiac Ultrasound
• Computed Tomography (CT)
• Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)