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The Health Science degree is designed to prepare you for the rigors of health-related graduate programs. Regardless of your chosen path, you’ll explore various health careers, conduct informational interviews, observe professionals in your field of interest, and practice interview skills. Throughout the major, you’ll find plenty of opportunities for hands-on learning in anatomy and physiology, biology, chemistry, and physics. You’ll develop leadership skills needed to manage current challenges in health care. Later in the major, you’ll examine current research and develop strategies to improve health outcomes through courses in health promotion and epidemiology. The Health Science program culminates in the successful completion of an original capstone project that allows you to apply what you've learned to tackle a challenging, real-world problem or issue.

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Learn more about specific health care fields by visiting: 

National Athletic Trainers’ Association

Association of American Medical Colleges

American Academy of Physician Assistants

American Physical Therapy Association

American Occupational Therapy Association

American Osteopathic Association

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