You can earn your bachelor’s, master’s or doctorate degree through the College of Health & Natural Sciences. You will learn in small classes, online and in clinical settings with outstanding faculty who want to help you succeed.
As an undergraduate, you will study and research in the fields of health and environmental science. As a graduate student, you will prepare to become a licensed, practicing healthcare professional.
You’ll work with dedicated faculty in classroom labs and on our 1,200-acre living laboratory on the Rindge campus. You’ll master core concepts in your field and learn discipline for research and investigation. Internships and projects with local partners give you a chance to apply your learning to current, real-world challenges.
(I) = In-Person (O) = Online
A Bachelor of Arts Degree is offered in:
A Bachelor of Science Degree is offered in:
A Certificate is offered in:
Pathway Degree Programs include:
A minor in Chemistry or Public Health can be added to any undergraduate major.
View a list of all available minors.
The College of Health and Natural Sciences prepares physical therapists, physician assistants and nurses to meet the highest academic standards in their fields while gaining practical, compassionate experience serving their communities. Our graduate programs are highly regarded for academic excellence, distinguished faculty, responsive staff, and opportunities for hands-on clinical experience.
A Doctoral Program is offered in:
A Masters Program is offered in:
Graduate Certificates are offered in:
As a working nurse, you can advance your career through a convenient master’s degree in nursing offered 100% online. Whether you currently have your R.N. or B.S.N., you can pursue your M.S.N and apply your learning to your job immediately. Your commitment to advancing your education will open doors to positions of greater responsibility and reward.
|Dr. Maria Altobello|
|Dean of the College of Health & Natural Sciences