DePaul's Health Sciences program offers a Bachelor of Science in
Health Sciences degree, in which students select one of two concentrations depending on their interests.
The Biosciences Concentration has tracks for students who are interested in pursuing careers as healthcare practitioners: General, Medical, and Pre-Nursing. Students in the Biosciences concentration may also apply for the Pathways Honors Program -- an accelerated program that allows students to complete a baccalaureate degree at DePaul University and a post-graduate professional degree at either DePaul's School of Nursing or Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science .
The Public Health Sciences Concentration gives students a foundation in evaluation and promotion of healthcare at the community level. It is also the foundation of a combined degree program with DePaul's Master of Public Health and MA in Health Communication programs.
Each degree option is structured to help you meet your
academic and professional goals, with enough flexibility to explore as
your interests evolve, and a curriculum built on the principle that health
sciences professionals must work together to understand factors that impact the health
of individuals and populations.