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DePaul's Health Sciences program offers a Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences degree, in which students select one of two concentrations.

Biosciences Concentration - focus is on natural sciences and individual human health

  • General Track
  • Medical Track
  • Pre-Nursing Track

Public Health Sciences - focus is on social sciences and the health of communities

Each degree option is structured to help you meet your academic and professional goals, with tracks designed to help you meet graduate program requirements, enough flexibility to explore as your interests evolve, and a curriculum built on the principle that health sciences professionals must understand factors impact the health of both individuals and populations.

The Department of Health Sciences offers opportunities for combined bachelor’s + master’s degree programs with DePaul's Master of Public Health program, the Master's Entry to Nursing Practice in DePaul's School of Nursing for Pathways Honors Program students, and the Master of Arts in Health Communication, as well as numerous professional degree programs at Rosalind Franklin University of Medical Sciences.​