Programs

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Medicine

There are two types of medical physician degrees in the United States: MD and DO.

Learn more about the Medicine program.

 

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Dentistry

The field of dentistry involves disease detection and diagnosis, surgery, cosmetic improvement and public education.

Learn more about the Dentistry program.

 

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Physician Assistant

A Physician Assistant (PA) is a mid-level provider of medical care who is licensed to practice medicine under the supervision of a physician.

Learn more about the Physician Assistant program.

 

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Veterinary Medicine

Veterinarians can have demanding and stressful jobs, but often derive a great deal of personal and monetary satisfaction from their position.

Learn more about the Veterinary Medicine program.

 

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Optometry

Optometrists diagnose eye diseases, identify vision conditions, and perform examinations to write prescriptions for eyeglasses and contact lenses.

Learn more about the Optometry program.

 

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Pharmacy

Pharmacists are considered medicine experts and work as dispense medications prescribed by physicians.

Learn more about the Pharmacy program.

 

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Nursing

Visit the School of Nursing website to learn more about nursing.

Learn more about the Nursing program.

 

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Occupational Therapy

An occupational therapist works with individuals who need assistance in learning skills to enable them to lead independent lives.

Learn more about the Occupational Therapy program.

 

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Physical Therapy

A physical therapist works with a patient to restore function, relieve pain, and reduce limitations from an injury.

Learn more about the Physical Therapy program.