Bryan College’s Health Science program is designed for students interested in pursuing studies in nursing or other clinical fields. This curriculum prepares students for the competitive nursing program application process by providing a solid foundation in Biology, Physiology, Nutrition, and Chemistry that helps Bryan graduates stand out to graduate schools.
Although the pre-nursing curriculum will prepare you for success in any clinical nursing program, Bryan College has established a relationship with Union University School of Nursing. Students who successfully complete the dual-degree program will graduate with a B.S. from Bryan in Health Science and a B.S.N. from Union.
A Liberal Arts education provides graduates with a variety of skills needed to adapt in a changing workplace. You will be exposed to a variety of courses that teach and improve upon written and verbal communication skills, complex problem solving, collaboration, and more. These soft skills are vital for a career in nursing and allied health programs such as dental assistant, dental hygiene, occupational therapy, physical therapy, radiation technology, veterinary technician, and more.
Degree program:Bachelor of Science
field of study:Biology