The Health and Life Sciences Program provides resources and opportunities for students to go beyond disciplinary boundaries and address complex problems. Students can take advantage of interdisciplinary courses, problem-based learning experiences, and research with faculty.
The minor consists of six courses. Students also are encouraged to participate in interdisciplinary research.Learn about the minor
Students take courses in biology, the humanities or social sciences, an interdisciplinary seminar, an interdisciplinary course, and a capstone course or interdisciplinary honors thesis.See the list of requirements and courses
At least 60 faculty conduct research in the health and life sciences. Students are encouraged to contact professors about working with them.Read about faculty research areas
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Peter C.S. d’Aubermont, M.D. ‘73 Director of the Health and Life Sciences Program
Kunkel Hall room 303