Health Related Programs

Acute Care Nursing Practice (DNP) – Post Baccalaureate DNP

A specialization in Acute Care provides a minimum of 500 hours of clinical learning including an acute care practicum. Develop the expertise necessary for patient management of high-risk critically ill adults and their families and advanced nursing practice skills across the wellness-illness continuum.

Acute Care; Acute DNP; Acute Nurse; Acute RN; DNP; Doctorate Nursing; Medicine; Nurse; Nursing ; Nursing Doctorate; phd; Post Baccalaureate; Practitioner; Registered Nurse; RN; RN Acute Care

Athletic Training (BS)

Acquire the theory and hands-on clinical experiences needed to become a certified Athletic Trainer and prepare for career opportunities involving the care, prevention, assessment, and rehabilitation of sport-related injuries.

Bachelor; Bachelor of Science; Bachelor's; Undergraduate

Biology (BS)

Preparation for graduate study; medical, dental, veterinary, or podiatric school, among others; research and government careers.

Bachelor; Bachelor of Science; Bachelor's; Undergraduate

Biology (BS) Pre-Dental

A Bachelor of Science in Biology, focusing on the pre-professional track, prepares students for acceptance into dental school. Curriculum offers histology and embryology, prerequisites for many dental programs.

DAT; Dental; Dentist; Orthodontist

Biology (BS) Pre-Medical

A Bachelor of Science in Biology, focusing on the pre-professional track, is a highly competitive and structured program that prepares students for admission to medical school.

doctor; DR; Family doctor; MCAT; Medical Doctor; medicine; Pediatrician; physician; pre-med

Biology (BS) Pre-Optometry

A Bachelor of Science in Biology, focusing on the pre-professional track, prepares students for admission to Optometry Graduate Programs.

Doctor; Eye doctor; Eye examiner; Medicine; Optometry Grad School; Optometry School

Biology (BS) Pre-Pharmacy

A Bachelor of Science in Biology, focusing on the pre-professional track, prepares students for admission to Pharmacy Graduate Programs.

Doctor; Medicine; PCAT; Pharmacist

Biology (BS) Pre-Physical Therapy

Prepare for admission to a Physical Therapy Graduate Program by obtaining a Bachelor of Science in Biology. Physical Therapy is a health care profession that fosters optimal health and functional abilities for people with musculoskeletal, respiratory, cardiovascular, or neurologic dysfunctions.

PT; Therapist; Trainer

Biology (BS) Pre-Physician Assistant

Prepare for entrance into a Physician Assistant Graduate Program by obtaining a Bachelor of Science in Biology. Physician assistants are board certified and licensed health care professionals who participate in the process of clinical decision making, diagnosis, and therapeutic management.

PA

Biology (BS) Pre-Podiatry

A Bachelor of Science in Biology, focusing on the pre-professional track, prepares students for admission to Podiatric Medical School.

Doctor; Foot doctor; Medicine; Podiatrist

Biology (BS) Pre-Professional

Students who want to attend a professional school (medical, dental, pharmaceutical, veterinary) after their undergraduate studies tend to consider a Bachelor of Science in Biology, focusing on the pre-professional track. Although professional schools do not require any particular major for preparation, the Biology program offers electives that focus on subjects that are often prerequisites for acceptance to professional schools.

Bachelor; Bachelor of Science; Bachelor's; Biologist; Dentist; Doctor; med; medical; Pharmacist; premed; pre-med; Researcher; Scientist; Undergraduate; Veterinarian

Biology (BS) Pre-Veterinary

A Bachelor of Science in Biology, focusing on the pre-professional track, is a highly competitive and structured program that prepares students for admission to veterinary school.

Biomedical Sciences (MS)

Prepare for acceptance to medical or dental school or for a dynamic career in a professional research environment with a master's in biomedical sciences.

Master of Science; masters; Master's

Cardiovascular Perfusion (BS)

The perfusionist is a skilled practitioner who works closely with the other members of the open-heart team and whose primary role is to completely support the patient's life systems during cardiac surgery.

Bachelor; Bachelor of Science; Bachelor's; Undergraduate

Chemistry (BS)

Offering a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, with the opportunity to specialize in biochemistry and environmental chemistry. The degree prepares student for pre-professional specializations which include pre-medical, pre-dental, pre-pharmacy and pre-veterinary. Students may also pursue a graduate level degree to advance their career in research. The degree can prepare students for industrial/research positions as well as teaching at a high school level.

Bachelor; Bachelor of Science; Bachelor's; biochemistry; Undergraduate

Chemistry (BS) Pre-Dental

A Bachelor of Science in Chemistry prepares students for the dental admissions test (DAT) and provides the courses required for acceptance into dental school.

Bachelor; Bachelor of Science; Bachelor's; DAT; Dentist; Orthodontist; Undergraduate

Chemistry (BS) Pre-Medical

A Bachelor of Science in Chemistry prepares students for the medical college admissions test (MCAT) and provides the courses required for admission into medical school through a highly competitive and structured program.

Bachelor; Bachelor of Science; Bachelor's; doctor; Family doctor; MCAT; medicine; Pediatrician; physician; pre-med; Undergraduate

Chemistry (BS) Pre-Pharmacy

A Bachelor of Science in Chemistry prepares students for the pharmacy college admissions test (PCAT) and provides the courses required for admission to Pharmacy Programs.

Bachelor; Bachelor of Science; Bachelor's; PCAT; Pharmacist; Undergraduate

Chemistry (BS) Pre-Veterinary

Bachelor; Bachelor of Science; Bachelor's; Undergraduate

Clinical Biology (BS) Completion Program

If you have an associate's degree and certification as a medical laboratory technician, histotechnician, nuclear medicine technician, ultrasound technician or respiratory technician, you can advance your career as a health care professional by earning a bachelor's degree in clinical biology.

Bachelor; Bachelor of Science; Bachelor's; Undergraduate

Clinical Biology (BS) Histotechnology

Histotechnology is a structural science that is concerned with evaluation of tissues, their cellular morphology and their chemical composition.

Bachelor; Bachelor of Science; Bachelor's; Undergraduate

Clinical Biology (BS) Medical Technology

Perform laboratory tests used for diagnosis and treatment of disease and maintenance of health. Includes the major disciplines of blood banking, chemistry, hematology, immunology and microbiology.

Bachelor; Bachelor of Science; Bachelor's; Undergraduate

Clinical Mental Health Counseling (MS)

This specialization is CACREP-accredited and includes the academic requirements for certification as a mental health practitioner and for licensure as a Mental Health Counselor. This program provides the necessary coursework to prepare students to function as a Mental Health Counselor in applied settings.

adsoe; Education; Master of Science; masters; Master's

Counseling (MS) Specialization in Clinical Mental Health Counseling

This specialization is CACREP-accredited and includes the academic requirements for certification as a mental health practitioner and for licensure as a Mental Health Counselor. This program provides the necessary coursework to prepare students to function as a Mental Health Counselor in applied settings.

adsoe; Education; Master of Science; masters; Master's

Counseling (MS) Specialization in Marital, Couple, Family Counseling & Therapy

This specialization is CACREP-accredited and includes the academic requirements for licensure as a Marriage and Family Therapist. This program provides the necessary coursework to prepare students to function as a Marriage and Family Therapist in applied settings.

adsoe; Education; Master of Science; masters; Master's

Doctor of Occupational Therapy (OTD) Online

Barry University’s College of Nursing and Health Sciences offers a post-professional practice doctorate degree in occupational therapy. This flexible, fully online program is designed for NBCOT certified occupational therapists who wish to advance their education beyond the master’s level.

Doctor of Podiatric Medicine

The Doctor of Podiatric Medicine degree is an intensive four-year curriculum designed to provide students with a broad base of medical knowledge and extensive clinical experience in podiatric medicine. After graduation students are prepared to continue their careers in a residency program. They can specialize in orthopedics, primary care, sports medicine, surgery, podopediatrics, or wound care and management.

DPM; Medicine program; Podiatry ; School of podiatric

Doctor of Podiatric Medicine / Business Administration (MBA) Dual Degree

Earn a Master of Business Administration while pursuing a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine. This dual-degree program can be completed within four years if students possess the necessary business prerequisites.

Business program; Double degree; DPM; Dual degree; Dual program; MBA; Medicine program; Podiatry ; School of podiatric

Dual Program - Doctor of Podiatric Medicine / Business Administration (MBA)

Earn a Master of Business Administration while pursuing a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine. This dual-degree program can be completed within four years if students possess the necessary business prerequisites.

Business program; Double degree; DPM; Dual degree; Dual program; MBA; Medicine program; Podiatry ; School of podiatric

Emergency Medical TechnicianPACE

Begin your career as an EMT by earning an Emergency Medical Technician Certificate. This program is one of the best, most comprehensive training programs to prepare you for the EMT certification exam. The certificate enhances a career in many pre-hospital care categories, such as emergency rooms, security, ski patrols, harbor supervision and life guarding.

Bachelor; Bachelor's; Continuing education; Emergency Medical Servicess; Emergency Technician; EMS; EMT; EMT-B; EMT-I; EMT-P; Fire Fighter; Life guard; PACE; Paramedic; Undergraduate

Exercise Physiology (BS)

Develop the skills and knowledge necessary to develop and implement exercise programs for health promotion, sport performance and rehabilitation.

Bachelor; Bachelor of Science; Bachelor's; Undergraduate

Family Practice Nursing Practice (DNP) – Post Baccalaureate DNP

A specialization in Family Practice provides a minimum of 500 hours of clinical learning including a practicum in family wellness. Develop the expertise necessary for the management of individuals and their families across the wellness-illness continuum.

DNP; Doctorate Nursing; Family; Family Nurse; Family Practice; Family Practice DNP; Family Practice Nurse; Family Practice RN; Medicine; Nurse; Nursing ; Nursing Doctorate; phd; Post Baccalaureate; Practitioner; Registered Nurse; RN; RN Family practice

Health Services Administration (BS)PACE

The Bachelor of Science is Health Services Administration gives you a broad view of today's health care industry, including business practices and management skills. The degree program prepares you for entry and middle management positions in such areas as hospitals, medical or dental clinics, group medical practices, managed care organizations, long-term care facilities, insurance companies, home health agencies, and governmental health agencies.

Bachelor; Bachelor of Science; Bachelor's; Bachelors in Health care; continuing education; health administration; health care; hospital administration; hospital administrator; HSA; medical care; PACE; Undergraduate

Health Services Administration (MS)

Health care executives are the health professionals who most directly impact health care delivery and are responsible for ensuring patient access to treatment, promoting quality, and increasing staff morale on a day-to-day basis. Earn a Master's Degree in Health Services Administration . This degree program is structured to include coursework in a number of health disciplines so students can have numerous opportunities in a variety of managerial and administrative positions within hospitals, physicians' practices , nursing homes, insurance companies, managed care organizations and other sectors of the health care industry.

Master of Science; masters; Master's

Health Services Administration (MS) / Master of Public Health (MPH) Dual Degree Program

Health care executives are the health professionals who most directly impact health care delivery and are responsible for ensuring patient access to treatment, promoting quality, and increasing staff morale on a day-to-day basis. Earn a Master's Degree in both Health Services Administration and Public Health. This dual-degree program is structured to include coursework in a number of health disciplines so students can have numerous opportunities in a variety of managerial and administrative positions within health administration and public health.

Graduate degree in Health Care; Health Care; HSA

Health Services Administration Graduate Certificate in Clinical & Epidemiological Research Methods

Designed for current or aspiring health care managers seeking to develop competencies in the business and scientific research environment. Protocol development and hypothesis testing are important components of the curriculum.

Health Services Administration Graduate Certificate in Health Care Leadership

Designed for current or aspiring health care managers who desire to increase or advance their career mobility.

Health Services Administration Graduate Certificate in Health Care Planning and Informatics

Designed for those health care managers seeking skills in organizational assessment, reengineering and strategic planning in the health care setting.

Health Services Administration Graduate Certificate in Medical Group Practice Management

Designed for managers who run or seek to run group medical management practices in private practice settings, in medical centers, or in the public sector.

Health Services Administration Graduate Certificate in Quality Improvement and Outcomes Management

Designed for managers and functional specialists charged with work and/or process improvement and outcomes management in the clinical and business environment.

Histotechnology - Clinical Biology (BS)

Histotechnology is a structural science that is concerned with evaluation of tissues, their cellular morphology and their chemical composition.

Bachelor; Bachelor of Science; Bachelor's; Undergraduate

Histotechnology Post-Baccalaureate Certificate (non-degree)

Barry University's histotechnology program is one of only three programs of its kind in the United States accredited by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS).

Human Performance and Wellness (MS)

The MS in Human Performance and Wellness program offers four areas of specialization: athletic training, biomechanics, exercise physiology, and Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology. If you are interested in multiple areas of study, you can enroll in the general Movement Sciences program. This provides the flexibility to customize your own program of advanced study in order to enhance your professional preparation and expertise in your current field or prepare for future doctoral studies.

Human Performance and Wellness (MS) Specialization in Sport, Exercise & Performance Psychology

Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology can provide you with the basis for understanding the thought processes and attitudes of athletes and individuals involved in sport, exercise, and non-sport performance activities. With this understanding, you can then learn to help others improve their performance and/or psychological well-being.

Human Performance and Wellness (MS) Specialization in Sport, Exercise & Performance Psychology / Master of Business Administration (MBA) Dual Program

A dual-degree in Sport, Exercise & Performance Psychology and Business Administration (MS/MBA) can help you succeed at an advanced level in the competitive area of sport psychology. Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology can provide you with the basis for understanding the thought processes and attitudes of athletes and individuals involved in sport, exercise, and non-sport performance activities. With this understanding, you can then learn to help others improve their performance and/or psychological well-being. This degree provides you with both sport psychology specific skills and in-depth business knowledge. A combination of courses in the Sport and Exercise Science Department, and the Andreas School of Business, gives you the opportunity to develop top management, marketing, and financial skills and allows you to develop a comprehensive knowledge of the sport enterprise.

Marital, Couple, Family Counseling & Therapy (MS)

This specialization is CACREP-accredited and includes the academic requirements for licensure as a Marriage and Family Therapist. This program provides the necessary coursework to prepare students to function as a Marriage and Family Therapist in applied settings.

adsoe; Education; Master of Science; masters; Master's

Medical Technology - Clinical Biology (BS)

Perform laboratory tests used for diagnosis and treatment of disease and maintenance of health. Includes the major disciplines of blood banking, chemistry, hematology, immunology and microbiology.

Bachelor; Bachelor of Science; Bachelor's; Undergraduate

Nursing (BSN) Accelerated Option

The Accelerated Option is designed for students who already have a bachelor’s degree in another discipline and now wish to pursue a bachelor’s degree in nursing (B.S.N.). The Accelerated Option is an intensive, fifteen month program. Upon completion of all pre-nursing and upper division nursing credits the student is awarded a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree and is eligible to apply for the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-RN).

Baccalaureate; BSN RN; masters; Medicine; Nurse; Nursing ; Registered Nurse; RN; RN Bachelors; RN BSN

Nursing (BSN) Traditional Option

The Traditional Option is a four-year program: the first two years allow for completion of all pre-nursing, liberal arts requirements. Upon successful completion of these requirements, the student may then apply for admission to the nursing program and complete upper level nursing courses (years three and four). Students may be admitted to begin the upper level nursing courses in the fall or spring. Upon completion of all pre-nursing and upper division nursing credits the student is awarded a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree and is eligible to apply for the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-RN).

Bachelor; Bachelor's; Undergraduate

Nursing (BSN) Traditional Option / Second Degree

The Baccalaureate in Nursing (BSN) program is designed for the current associate degree holder in nursing or bachelor’s degree holder in a non-nursing field who wishes to earn the BSN degree. The BSN in Nursing program lays the foundation for safe, compassionate, and multi-culturally sensitive professional practice by preparing clinically competent nurse generalists. Graduates are eligible to take the NCLEX-RN licensure examination.

Nursing (PhD)

The PhD provides a framework for inquiry that is responsive to global trends and contemporary challenges in nursing and health care. It is grounded in a perspective that seeks justice, eschews prejudice, and embraces community service. Educational experience is enhanced by the multicultural and multifaceted nature of South Florida.

phd

Nursing Education (Post-Baccalaureate Certificate Online Program)

This post-Baccalaureate certificate program with a specialization in Nursing Education prepares the student to assume the roles of teacher, scholar, and collaborator. The program is designed for working professionals and spans 4 sequential semesters. Students must complete 200 hours of practicum experience.

Nursing Practice (DNP) - Post Baccalaureate DNP, specialization in Adult-Gerontology Acute Care

A specialization in Acute Care provides a minimum of 500 hours of clinical learning including an acute care practicum. Develop the expertise necessary for patient management of high-risk critically ill adults and their families and advanced nursing practice skills across the wellness-illness continuum.

Acute Care; Acute DNP; Acute Nurse; Acute RN; DNP; Doctorate Nursing; Medicine; Nurse; Nursing ; Nursing Doctorate; phd; Post Baccalaureate; Practitioner; Registered Nurse; RN; RN Acute Care

Nursing Practice (DNP) - Post Baccalaureate DNP, specialization in Anesthesiology

This program is designed for registered nurses seeking to enter the nurse anesthesia profession. Barry University's well-rounded anesthesiology faculty includes Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) and instructors from a variety of backgrounds. Our broad experiences provide our students with the ideal learning environment. The science-based curriculum will help you develop your expertise in anesthesiology, pharmacology, and physiology, as well as a broad understanding of the U.S. healthcare system and advanced practice. Our graduates have excellent pass rates on the NCE licensing exam and are highly sought after by hospitals and anesthesia groups nationwide.

Nursing Practice (DNP) - Post Baccalaureate DNP, specialization in Family Practice

A specialization in Family Practice provides a minimum of 500 hours of clinical learning including a practicum in family wellness. Develop the expertise necessary for the management of individuals and their families across the wellness-illness continuum.

DNP; Doctorate Nursing; Family; Family Nurse; Family Practice; Family Practice DNP; Family Practice Nurse; Family Practice RN; Medicine; Nurse; Nursing ; Nursing Doctorate; phd; Post Baccalaureate; Practitioner; Registered Nurse; RN; RN Family practice

Nursing Practice (DNP) Online

Our Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP) program is for nurses who have already obtained their Master of Science in Nursing. This program allows you to complete the DNP program within five semesters (two years) plus completion of the DNP project. One on-campus session will be required.

Nursing Practice (DNP) Online Specialization in Anesthesiology

This practice-focused doctoral program has been designed for Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) holding a master's degree or higher. The Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) with a specialization on Anesthesiology prepares CRNAs to acquire the clinical, organizational, financial and leadership knowledge to design and implement programs of care delivery which significantly impact health care outcomes.

Occupational Therapy (MS)

The Occupational Therapy Program at Barry University offers an innovative curriculum that leads to a Master of Science degree, and prepares you for certification as a registered occupational therapist.

Allied health; Graduate programs; Master of Science; masters; Master's; Nontraditional programs; Occupational therapy; OT; Rehabilitation; Therapy; Weekend programs

Occupational Therapy (OTD)

Barry University’s College of Nursing and Health Sciences offers a post-professional practice doctorate degree in occupational therapy. This flexible, fully online program is designed for NBCOT certified occupational therapists who wish to advance their education beyond the master’s level.

ParamedicPACE

Barry has established a 14 month training program leading to a Certificate of Completion. The course, approved by the State of Florida’s Bureau of Emergency Medical Services, provides preparation for the Paramedic certification exam. Instructors, including doctors, nurses, and paramedics, are all pre-screened and hired under Barry University standards.

Physician Assistant

The Physician Assistant program prepares students to become well-trained health care providers who will extend and complement the capabilities of physicians in the delivery of health care. All candidates who successfully complete the program will be awarded both the Master of Clinical Medical Science degree and the Physician Assistant Certificate.

Master of Clinical Medical Science degree; Master of Science Physician Assistant Program; PA; PA Program

Podiatric Medicine (DPM)

The Doctor of Podiatric Medicine degree is an intensive four-year curriculum designed to provide students with a broad base of medical knowledge and extensive clinical experience in podiatric medicine. After graduation students are prepared to continue their careers in a residency program. They can specialize in orthopedics, primary care, sports medicine, surgery, podopediatrics, or wound care and management.

DPM; Medicine program; Podiatry ; School of podiatric

Post Baccalaureate Certificate in Nursing Education (Online Program)

This post-Baccalaureate certificate program with a specialization in Nursing Education prepares the student to assume the roles of teacher, scholar, and collaborator. The program is designed for working professionals and spans 4 sequential semesters. Students must complete 200 hours of practicum experience.

Post Baccalaureate Certificate Pre-Med

Pre-Dental – Biology (BS)

A Bachelor of Science in Biology, focusing on the pre-professional track, prepares students for acceptance into dental school. Curriculum offers histology and embryology, prerequisites for many dental programs.

DAT; Dental; Dentist; Orthodontist

Pre-Dental - Chemistry (BS)

A Bachelor of Science in Chemistry prepares students for the dental admissions test (DAT) and provides the courses required for acceptance into dental school.

Bachelor; Bachelor of Science; Bachelor's; DAT; Dentist; Orthodontist; Undergraduate

Pre-Medical – Biology (BS)

A Bachelor of Science in Biology, focusing on the pre-professional track, is a highly competitive and structured program that prepares students for admission to medical school.

doctor; DR; Family doctor; MCAT; Medical Doctor; medicine; Pediatrician; physician; pre-med

Pre-Medical - Chemistry (BS)

A Bachelor of Science in Chemistry prepares students for the medical college admissions test (MCAT) and provides the courses required for admission into medical school through a highly competitive and structured program.

Bachelor; Bachelor of Science; Bachelor's; doctor; Family doctor; MCAT; medicine; Pediatrician; physician; pre-med; Undergraduate

Pre-Nursing (BSN)

The pre-nursing program provides the first two years of general education, prerequisites, and supporting courses needed for the Traditional Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program option. These two years are to help prepare you for the courses that lead to acquiring the BSN degree.

Pre-Nursing (BSN) Accelerated Option / Second Bachelor's Degree

This accelerated program is designed for students having a bachelor's degree (or higher) in a field other than nursing. Some of your previous coursework may apply to prerequisite course requirements.

Bachelor; Bachelor's; Undergraduate

Pre-Optometry – Biology (BS)

A Bachelor of Science in Biology, focusing on the pre-professional track, prepares students for admission to Optometry Graduate Programs.

Doctor; Eye doctor; Eye examiner; Medicine; Optometry Grad School; Optometry School

Pre-Pharmacy – Biology (BS)

A Bachelor of Science in Biology, focusing on the pre-professional track, prepares students for admission to Pharmacy Graduate Programs.

Doctor; Medicine; PCAT; Pharmacist

Pre-Pharmacy - Chemistry (BS)

A Bachelor of Science in Chemistry prepares students for the pharmacy college admissions test (PCAT) and provides the courses required for admission to Pharmacy Programs.

Bachelor; Bachelor of Science; Bachelor's; PCAT; Pharmacist; Undergraduate

Pre-Physical Therapy – Biology (BS)

Prepare for admission to a Physical Therapy Graduate Program by obtaining a Bachelor of Science in Biology. Physical Therapy is a health care profession that fosters optimal health and functional abilities for people with musculoskeletal, respiratory, cardiovascular, or neurologic dysfunctions.

PT; Therapist; Trainer

Pre-Physician Assistant – Biology (BS)

Prepare for entrance into a Physician Assistant Graduate Program by obtaining a Bachelor of Science in Biology. Physician assistants are board certified and licensed health care professionals who participate in the process of clinical decision making, diagnosis, and therapeutic management.

PA

Pre-Podiatry – Biology (BS)

A Bachelor of Science in Biology, focusing on the pre-professional track, prepares students for admission to Podiatric Medical School.

Doctor; Foot doctor; Medicine; Podiatrist

Pre-professional – Biology (BS)

Students who want to attend a professional school (medical, dental, pharmaceutical, veterinary) after their undergraduate studies tend to consider a Bachelor of Science in Biology, focusing on the pre-professional track. Although professional schools do not require any particular major for preparation, the Biology program offers electives that focus on subjects that are often prerequisites for acceptance to professional schools.

Bachelor; Bachelor of Science; Bachelor's; Biologist; Dentist; Doctor; med; medical; Pharmacist; premed; pre-med; Researcher; Scientist; Undergraduate; Veterinarian

Pre-Veterinary - Biology (BS)

A Bachelor of Science in Biology, focusing on the pre-professional track, is a highly competitive and structured program that prepares students for admission to veterinary school.

Pre-Veterinary - Chemistry (BS)

Bachelor; Bachelor of Science; Bachelor's; Undergraduate

Psychology (BS)

Prepare for many bachelor-level careers valuing strong skills in writing, problem-solving, critical thinking, and social relations. Alternatively, plan for graduate work in psychology, education, social work, law, business, and more. Major combines core psychology courses and electives from various psychology sub-specialties.

Bachelor; Bachelor of Science; Bachelor's; Undergraduate

School Psychology (MS)

This degree program is designed for students who wish to work closely with individuals from birth to age 21 in the school environment.

adsoe; Education; Master of Science; masters; Master's