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health studies

The three Health Studies Majors are interdisciplinary and prepare graduates for careers in the health care field, as well as graduate programs in the health professions. These interdisciplinary programs are constructed with a strong foundation in liberal arts and grounded in a core set of courses that are broadly applicable to studies of health issues and health care systems. The programs are offered in collaboration with several departments, including Business Administration, Exercise and Sport Sciences, Natural Sciences, Nursing, and Social Science and Education.

The Health Studies major was created in response to surging interest in health disciplines among current and prospective students and provides a range of alternatives in the field of healthcare to the college's Nursing major.

Program Overview…

Colby-Sawyer College offers a Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management; Health Promotion and Wellness; and Public Health.

Internships & Careers…

Health Studies majors gain experience in professional settings through internships that give them distinct advantages as they begin their careers.

Health Studies Faculty…

Health Studies majors learn from experienced faculty members with expertise in ethics, healthcare, human resource management, management, nursing, organizational behavior, and more.

Student Organizations

Colby-Sawyer has many club and organizations affiliated with the different areas included in Health Studies, such as Enactus, formerly known as Students in Free Enterprise, and the Exercise and Sports Science Club.

Related Majors

Colby-Sawyer offers majors in Business Administration, Exercise and Sport Sciences, Humanities, Natural Sciences, Nursing, and Social Sciences and Education.

Colby-Sawyer's curriculum also includes all the prerequisites for medical and veterinary schools as well as for other training in health careers. Our pre-med advisor meets with students to discuss preparation, planning and other options for advanced studies.