Our curriculum includes human anatomy and physiology, microbiology, healthcare informatics, research in healthcare and healthcare systems, as well as policies and regulations. Students refine their degree by choosing a concentration that best suits their career goals: pre-professional studies, public health, or holistic health.

Why Study Health Science?

Healthcare is recognized as one of the largest and fastest-growing industries within the U.S., with the Bureau of Labor Statistics projecting 15% job growth over the next 10 years. Our degree helps meet the growing demand for professionals in areas such as community health and wellness, occupational health and safety, as well as community and environmental health. 

Career Paths

Graduates with a Health Science degree will find a wide variety of career options with various organizations including in the government setting, with nonprofit organizations, community health centers, wellness companies, and with health promotion organizations. Examples of potential job functions include

•    Physical Therapy
•    Occupational Therapy
•    Chiropractic Medicine 
•    Physician Assistant
•    Clinical Director
•    Community-based Health
•    Health and Human Services
•    Personal hHealth and Wellness
•    Occupational Health and Safety
•    Environmental Health 
•    Personal Health and Well-being
•    Integrative Medicine
•    Health Coaching
•    Case Manager or Patient Advocacy

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Hear from faculty and current students in our Health Science and Exercise Science departments in this recording of a virtual information session.