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The College of Health and Life Sciences is home to challenging and exciting degree programs in the fields of agriculture, allied health, biological sciences, communication disorders, health and human performance, and nursing.
Serving over 2000 undergraduate and graduate students, our departments offer programs that prepare students for careers in some of the fastest-growing occupations in the United States.
With comprehensive and demanding curricula, and a reputation for innovation and excellence in teaching, programs prepare graduates to excel in their chosen field. In addition to discipline specific coursework, students have many opportunities to gain experience and knowledge through research projects, field trips, service-learning activities, teaching apprenticeships, internships, and student exchange.
Students graduate with a wealth of knowledge and genuine ability in their fields. They develop skills that prepare them to be practitioners, scientists, health care providers, educators, managers, and policy makers destined for key roles in the health and life sciences.
Please explore the departmental Web sites for more detailed information regarding the outstanding academic programs in the College of Health and Life Sciences.
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