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Clinical Sciences Minor


Students who have completed Human Anatomy and Physiology and Physiological Chemistry may continue their interest in the clinical sciences by obtaining a minor. The minor enables students to select two additional advanced clinical courses for study depending upon their interest. Students in other majors in the College of Health Sciences will find that the minor can provide them with advanced and cutting edge knowledge in select biomedical courses, an opportunity to engage in clinical case problem-solving, and/or work on a specific research project in the clinical sciences.

Career Opportunities

Students from other majors within the College of Health Sciences may use the Clinical Sciences Minor to deepen their understanding in areas that can lead to professional specialization and career advancement. The minor courses are also highly recommended for students who plan to pursue graduate studies.

Admission Requirements

Students interested in the Clinical Sciences Minor must apply to the Department for authorization and present 18 credits in the minor field with at least six credits obtained from select upper division courses.