Science & Allied Health Programs

USF offers courses in the areas of biology, chemistry, physics and allied health. Faculty members provide quality science programming that allows students to excel in the most competitive of scientific fields, and USF students go on to fill research internships, enter medical school and benefit from job placement after they graduate. One of the key aspects of a liberal arts education is a curriculum enriched by the sciences. USF’s curriculum has been designed to improve science literacy, while developing critical and analytical thinking and creative problem-solving skills.

Last year, over 100 non-science majors took a science course, preparing them to better understand the world. Today, 45 percent of freshmen and transfer students enter USF declaring a major in a science field, including biology, environmental science, allied health and nursing. Also, 36 percent of last year’s graduating class earned a degree in one of those fields.

 

Science & Allied Health Programs at USF

Majors

 

Minors