Eastern International College Online Degree Programs Frequently Asked Questions (FAQS)

  • Dental Hygiene-BS Degree (Completion Program)- Online
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Leadership (Completion Program) Online

Dental Hygiene BS-DH (Completion Program) Online
• Graduate of an Associate Degree in Dental Hygiene from a college/university accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation (CODA)
• Active license as a Dental Hygienist
• Technical requirements and understanding of online study
• Complete Admissions Process

Bachelor of Science in Health Leadership (Completion Program) Online
• Completed an Associate degree in a health-related program or allied health field from an accredited institution
• Technical requirements and understanding of online study
• Complete Admissions Process

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Dental Hygiene-BS Degree (Completion Program)- Online
Total Program Credits: 180 quarter credits, Length of Program: 16 Months

Bachelor of Science in Health Leadership (Completion Program) Online
Total Program Credits 90 quarter credits, Length of Program: 16 months

Online courses are delivered in an asynchronous format, meaning you have the week to complete your work and engage with your online classroom. Online classes are more work than face to face classes, so it is important to understand the course workload and make the right decision for you. For a six credit course, you should allow for approximately 30 hours of work per week.