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College of Arts and Sciences

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    Healthy careers

    Find your path to a career in health care and research with more than a dozen degree options.

Health Sciences

From the microscopic realm of cells to the intricate workings of the heart and brain, we study human health through innovative, hands-on education and research. Our programs open pathways to careers in medicine, mental health, clinical research and more. 

Did you know...

Health-related careers are expected to make up 45 % of all new jobs in the next 10 years. Our programs prepare you for these careers, whether you want to provide frontline patient care or conduct research to help find the next cure.


Academic Programs in Health Sciences

Our undergraduate programs provide research and clinical experience early on and offer ideal majors for students preparing for medical school or other health professions. Our graduate programs provide opportunities for advanced study and in-depth research related to health and can open doors to additional career options.

photo of a heart model100% job placement in heart health 

The B.S. in Cardiovascular Technology leads to a 100 percent employment rate for graduates who pursue becoming cardiac sonographers. The broad education obtained in a B.S. prepares these graduates for leadership and promotions in their careers. 

Other CVT graduates pursue medical school or other forms of graduate study. 


Health Sciences Research 

Outside of the classroom, we advance health sciences through research from the smallest unit of cells to the far-reaching consequences affecting entire communities. Our scientists explore the inner mechanisms of disease, the diagnosis and intervention for neurological conditions, the dynamics of social and emotional well-being, and more. 

Health Science Research Centers 

Research Spotlights 

Challenge the conventional. Create the exceptional. No Limits.