Undergraduate DegreesBiomedical Sciences, B.S.
The Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Sciences program prepares graduates for entry into the biomedical science workforce or for graduate and professional study in health professions such as physician assistant studies, medicine, physical therapy, biotechnology, clinical laboratory science, genetic counseling, and many more
Medical Technology, B.S.
Medical technologists, professionals in very high demand, play a key role in the diagnosis and treatment of disease and manage clinical laboratories.
Nuclear Medicine Technology, B.S.
Using a variety of radiation detection equipment and computers to acquire and process data to aid physicians in diagnosing disease and monitoring therapy.
Respiratory Therapy, B.S.
Respiratory therapists work with physicians and other health professionals to diagnose and treat patients with disorders associated with the respiratory and cardiovascular systems.