Learning Goals for Health Sciences Students

The goal of the undergraduate program in Health Sciences is for students to:

  1. recognize and explain the fundamental concepts, theories, and applications of the health sciences (both social and physical science).
  2. identify the scientific methods used to examine health and well-being.
  3. develop strong critical thinking, research, and communication (oral and written) skills about health and well-being.
  4. acquire an understanding of the diverse career opportunities in the health field, gain valuable applied experiences through internships and research opportunities in the health field, and form connections between classroom knowledge and field experiences.