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 program that combines undergraduate degrees in the college with a post-graduate, professional degree in one of several health fields at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science is now available. Visit the Pathways Program
page for more information.
Many faculty members in the College of Science and Health have developed cutting-edge research programs. Windsor Aguirre
and Antonio Polo
are just two such faculty. Click on their names to find out more about their research activities.