Overview

The Health Sciences B.S. degree requires students to complete the Health Science Core and one of three concentrations: Clinical Graduate School Preparation, Gerontology, or Community Health. The Clinical Graduate School Preparation concentration allows for the required science classes specific to the graduate program the student is interested in. The Community Health concentration allows for targeted classes specific to the student’s career path. This can include work-force entry with the B.S. degree or graduate school programs with a community focus.

Requirements

Program Description

The Health Sciences B.S. degree requires students to complete the Health Science Core and one of three concentrations: Clinical Graduate School Preparation, Gerontology, or Community Health. The Clinical Graduate School Preparation concentration allows for the required science classes specific to the graduate program the student is interested in. The Community Health concentration allows for targeted classes specific to the student's career path. This can include work-force entry with the B.S. degree or graduate school programs with a community focus.

Health Science Major Core
Community Health Concentration
Additional Graduation Requirements

All students must meet the University Graduation Requirements and complete a common core of studies, distributed among the different academic areas as detailed in the Common Core.