The College of Science launched a BioHealth Sciences major last fall to better prepare students seeking a strong, broad foundational course of study in science as preparation for a career in healthcare. The BioHealth Sciences major replaces the General Science program and offers a more focused course of study on human health.
Housed in the Department of Microbiology, our BioHealth Sciences majors earn a Bachelor of Science degree and complete most of the prerequisites required for admission to professional schools.
Most BioHealth Sciences students seek professional training in health specialties, including pharmacy, dentistry, medicine, nursing, occupational therapy, optometry, physical therapy, physician assistant, podiatry and clinical laboratory science. But some students simply desire a comprehensive grounding in the science behind the medical treatments, diseases and cures.