As a result of completing the B.S. in Health Sciences, graduates will:
- understand fundamental biological, chemical, and physical properties underlying all life systems;
- be aware of professional and ethical issues that are pertinent to careers in the health sciences;
- be aware of necessary precautions when acting in laboratory contexts;
- be able to conduct experiments and make inferences based upon them;
- have selected a concentration and mastered its distinctive content:
- pre-professional students will be broadly prepared to enter professional schools and to successfully take professional school admissions tests.
- exercise and fitness students will understand anatomy and physiology, principles of kinesiology, understand the relationship between exercise and wellness maintenance, and be skilled at developing appropriate exercise routines for varied clientele.
- nutrition students will understand principles of human nutrition and its relationship to health and wellness maintenance.