Students in the Life Sciences major are immersed in a comprehensive program rarely offered at the undergraduate level in other colleges and universities, that will give them:
- A fundamental understanding of the natural sciences through the traditional pre-medical courses: biology, chemistry, mathematics, and physics.
- The opportunity to choose elective courses to tailor a program of study that fits personal career goals.
- An excellent liberal arts education through core university courses such as history, anthropology, logic and English.
The Life Sciences Program will prepare students to pursue advanced degrees in the health professions and matriculation in post- baccalaureate programs in the health sciences. The curriculum is designed to meet the basic requirements for admission to colleges of medicine, dentistry, podiatry, veterinary, optometry and pharmacy. In addition, students interested in pursuing advanced degrees in areas such as audiology, nursing, physical therapy, physician assistant, and public health will also find the appropriate background in this major.
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