The Health Science major is designed to promote deep, interdisciplinary study of human health and offers prerequisite courses for pre-service in the modern healthcare industry. Students are exposed to expertise in social science, natural science, and healthcare administration through coursework and practical experience.
Majors in Health Science will:
- Demonstrate a clear understanding of foundations in human anatomy, organ function, molecular cell biology, public health and health disparities, and health informatics.
- Evaluate scientific information in the context of philosophical, ethical and societal concerns of human health science.
- Understand the scientific method.
- Gain direct experience critical to the discernment of post-baccalaureate and graduate school plans in professional healthcare settings.