Dual Degree Options

Dual degree options at Clarkson College occur when a student is enrolled concurrently in two or more majors. The dual degree options available at Clarkson College include:

Health Information Technology/Health Care Services:

The Health Information Technology/Health Care Services dual degree option leads students to a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Care Services. Students may transfer 69 credit hours earned at the associate’s degree level toward the 132 semester hours needed to complete a bachelor’s degree.

Health Information Technology/Health Care Business with a major in Management:

The Health Information Technology/Health Care Business with a major in Management dual degree option leads students to a Bachelor of Science in Health Care Business with a major in Management. Students may transfer 68 credit hours earned at the associate’s degree level toward the 128 semester hours needed to complete a bachelor’s degree.

Physical Therapist Assistant/Health Care Services:

The Physical Therapist Assistant/Health Care Services dual degree option leads students to a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Care Services. Students may transfer 74 credit hours earned at the associate’s degree level toward the 129 semester hours needed to complete a bachelor’s degree.

Radiologic Technology/Health Care Services:

The Radiologic Technology/Health Care Services dual degree option leads students to a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Care Services. Students may transfer 73 credit hours earned at the associate’s degree level toward the 131 semester hours needed to complete a bachelor’s degree.

Physical Therapist Assistant/Health Care Business with a major in Management:

The Physical Therapist Assistant/Health Care Business with a major in Management dual degree option leads students to a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Care Business with major in Management. Students may transfer 74 credit hours earned at the associate’s degree level toward the 139 semester hours needed to complete a bachelor’s degree.

Radiologic Technology/Medical Imaging:

The dual Radiologic Technology/Medical Imaging option leads students to a Bachelor of Science degree in Medical Imaging. Students may apply 73 credit hours earned at the associate’s degree level toward the 125 semester hours needed to complete a bachelor’s degree.