Cardiac Rhythm Analysis Professional B.S.

Cardiac Rhythm Analysis Professional Course Descriptions

The Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences (BS-HSCI) degree with a concentration in Cardiac Rhythm Analysis Technician (CRAT) prepares students for a healthcare career, especially those utilizing specialized monitoring equipment to analyse cardiac rhythms or ECGs.

Military students wishing to complete the Health Science major must have 15-20 hours of transfer college work or appropriate military experience credit in an allied health area.


A. BIOL 1401, Diversity of Life and Lab

BIOL 1401Diversity of Life and Laboratory

B. 33 Hours Health Sciences Core

HSCI 2310Health Sciences I

HSCI 2320Health Sciences II

HSCI 3310Healthcare Organizations and Administration

HSCI 3321Information Systems for the Health Sciences

HSCI 3330Legal Issues in Healthcare

HSCI 3340Third Party Payment Systems

HSCI 3350Epidemiology and Public Health

HSCI 4310Healthcare Policy

HSCI 4320Biostatistics and the Health Sciences

HSCI 4330Health Sciences Research Methods

HSCI 4340Capstone in Health Sciences

C. Cardiac Rhythm Analysis Specialization

HSCI 2330HIPAA Compliance and Certification

HSCI 3305Basic Cardiac Rhythm Interpretation

HSCI 3355Healthcare Ethics and Law

HSCI 3317Healthcare Communication

D. General electives to meet 120 total credit hours for degree and 45 hour residency requirement

E. 45 Clock hours of Community Service is required