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Health sciences

There are many ways that you can customize your study of health sciences at MSU, and no student journey looks the same. Some students enter full-time employment in the field of their major upon graduation. Others go to a professional school like medical, dental or veterinary school. And some students study the health sciences to supplement a different area of study. No matter which path you choose, you will be surrounded by a supportive Spartan network that is always deeply involved in the latest innovations and technology in health care.

Overview of health sciences

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veterinary school in U.S. (Quacquarelli Symonds, 2020)

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graduate program in rehabilitation counseling (U.S. New & World Report)


Studying health sciences at Michigan State University

There are countless ways to pursue the study of health science at Michigan State. You do not necessarily have to be a pre-med or nursing student to prepare yourself for a career in health science. There are many majors across the different colleges at MSU that offer career paths for a wide variety of medical disciplines and health-related fields. 

Take a look at the academic opportunities below to see how you can customize your study of health science at MSU to suit your goals and passions.

Majors

The following majors offered at Michigan State are a great fit for anyone interested in the topic of health sciences.

College of Agriculture and Natural Resources

College of Communication Arts and Sciences

College of Education 

College of Natural Science

College of Nursing

College of Social Science

College of Veterinary Medicine

*These majors can also be pursued through Lyman Briggs College

Take the health sciences tour

Take a virtual health sciences tour of MSU's campus. This tour showcases areas of campus relevant to students studying majors in health sciences.

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