Gain immediate patient care experience in your field through certifications, internships, and service to your community.
Many healthcare professions conduct their professional preparation at the graduate level. To get there—and to stand out—undergraduates need a unique educational experience. The health sciences program at Norwich enables you to experience the numerous facets of patient care, while gaining exposure to the major challenges confronting healthcare today. Facing these challenging issues head on will empower you to become a leader in your profession.
The health sciences program provides students an in-depth science background and an introduction to the health care field. A core curriculum in the first and second year provides the students with a sound understanding of liberal arts, biology, chemistry, mathematics, physics, assessment, care and prevention, along with our hands-on experiences in labs, and opportunities for internships provide the necessary framework. The program prepares majors to meet the entrance requirements of graduate schools in areas such as physical therapy, occupational therapy, physician’s assistant, medicine, public health, exercise sciences, biomechanics, and hospital administration.
To view health science course offerings and a curriculum map for majors, see the Norwich University academic course catalog: