Welcome to the College of Science and Health​​​

College of Science and Health

Created in 2011 as a response to the nation’s growing demands for science and health professionals, the College of Science and Health provides students with innovative, science-based curricula with a strong liberal arts foundation. Our departments represent the natural sciences, mathematics, psychology, nursing and health science, each of which is committed to providing the highest quality education. The College of Science and Health educates students with a strong Vincentian commitment to social justice and civic engagement. The college provides mathematical and scientific education/literacy for all undergraduate students within the university and participates in all aspects of DePaul’s distinctive Liberal Studies Program.​​​​​

A New Approach to Health Education

"Our alliance with Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science opens new doors..." Go to the Alliance website​​​​

Pathways Honors Program

Pathways Honors is a selective cohort-based program designed for highly qualified and motivated pre-professional students pursuing a health career. It was designed in partnership with Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science. Pathways Honors Students receive graduate-level advising/mentoring, exposure to the health care practice from a professional perspective, and unique summer research opportunities. Learn more​​​​​

Science in Summer

The College of Science and Health will be offering a variety of courses for students who will be staying in Chicago this summer.  Learn more about Summer Session.

Centers & Institutes

The College of Science and Health has five Centers & Institutes. The STEM Center, the Quantitative Reasoning Center, the Center for Community Research, DePaul Family and Community Services, and the Institute for Nature and Culture.

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Faculty & Student Research

Many of the college's full-time faculty are engaged in active scholarly projects, many of which provide first-hand research experiences for graduate and undergraduate students.