Upon completion of a Health Sciences major, students will be able to:
- Identify anatomical structures and explain physiological functions of the human body.
- Apply knowledge of anatomical structures and physiological functions in health and disease.
- Understand and apply the scientific method through laboratory and/or research experiences. This includes identifying a problem, developing a hypothesis, collecting data and interpreting results.
- Effectively engage the scientific community through reading, writing and discussion of the scientific literature.
- Successfully communicate information about health-related topics to varied audiences.
- Use the major as an academic foundation for health-related employment and/or graduate school.