Concentrations provide an opportunity for students to narrow the focus of their major. In addition to the college core requirements, liberal studies requirements and major requirements, student are required to choose one of the following concentrations.
DePaul’s Bioscience concentration allows students pursuing a degree
in Health Sciences to focus their education on the natural sciences and
the health of individuals, whether as a clinician or through work in a
laboratory connected to health care.
Bioscience students can select from four academic and graduate-preparatory tracks:
- General Biosciences
Bioscience - Accelerated Program for Pathways Honors Program students
Public Health Studies
There are six available pre-professional Accelerated Programs leading to degrees at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science:
- Pathologists’ Assistant
- Physical Therapy
- Physician Assistant
There is one pre-professional Accelerated Program leading to the MS in Generalist Nursing at DePaul's School of Nursing.
DePaul’s Public Health Studies concentration allows
students seeking a degree in Health Sciences to focus their education in
the social sciences and health of populations. The program helps
students to develop the expertise necessary to address complex health
issues -- including intervention, policy creation and reform, and
administering health care systems to communities in need.
Public Health Studies students can select from academic and graduate-preparatory tracks in:
- General Public Health Studies
- Health Education
- Community Health
- Health Policy and Administration