If you want a career centered around health, but you don’t want to work in hands-on patient care, the B.S. in interprofessional health science degree program at Troy University may be ideal for you. Through the interprofessional health science degree, you’ll be prepared for nonclinical health care careers and health-related jobs. You’ll customize your degree by choosing three minors that match your career goals, whether that’s to work as a health education specialist, a human resource management coordinator, director or coordinator in a health care setting, or health care management or administration. As an interprofessional health science major in this hands-on, multidisciplinary program, you’ll gain a holistic understanding of health care and health-related fields. You’ll grow your leadership skills and be prepared to explore and implement strategies to help solve today’s health challenges. You’ll also learn to communicate and collaborate as part of a team of professionals in your future career.