Take a multidisciplinary approach to studying the human body with a Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts degree in Health Sciences. You'll build on a liberal arts foundation to study biology, chemistry, physics, and the science of the human body in conditions of health and disease.
- Human anatomy and physiology
- Neuromuscular physiology
- Cardiorespiratory physiology
- Exercise as medicine
- Environmental physiology
- Chronic diseases
- Health assessment
- Orthopedic anatomy
- Public health
- Global health
- Advanced nutrition & metabolism
An emphasis of the Health Sciences program is preparing students for success in a variety of post-graduate programs. Our health sciences program is one of the only in the country that emphasizes the fusion of a liberal arts education with the human sciences.
You’ll gain invaluable hands-on experience through internships in a variety of professional environments, such as physical therapy, nursing, medicine, physician assistant, and dentistry. You may also perform independent research, which often results in presentations at scientific meetings and co-authored papers with faculty members.
Health Sciences majors have a strong record of career success in the nation’s leading professional schools in the health professions, including physical therapy, physician assistant, medicine, nursing, dentistry, and many other fields.