The College of Medical Sciences, a part of the Health Professions Division.
The College of Medical Sciences also provides much of the basic science faculty for the colleges of Osteopathic Medicine, Pharmacy, Optometry, Health Care Sciences, Nursing, and Dental Medicine. Within this cooperative atmosphere, foundation courses are offered in Anatomy, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Pathology, Pharmacology, and Physiology.
One of the goals of the College of Medical Sciences is to equip all students with the basic scientific training they will need to ensure their success within the Health Professions Division as well as later during their careers as health care providers.
The College of Medical Sciences is staffed with 32 faculty members, most of whom possess doctoral degrees in their fields. Because of the small size of the program, there is an opportunity for small group instruction and for a close working relationship with an adviser and other members of the science faculty.