Modern Language Option Program
Undergraduate College of Science and Health students may take advantage of pursuing a Modern Language Option to advance their language skills and, at the same time, apply the additional language coursework toward their Liberal Studies Program requirements.
TEACH Program and Combined Programs
Qualified undergraduate College of Science and Health students may pursue a combined program that would enable them to earn a bachelor degree and master degree within a shortened timeframe within programs in the College of Science and Health and also between a program in the College of Science and Health and one in another college at DePaul, such as the TEACH program with the College of Education.
Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Psychology - Online Degree Program
The BA in Psychology can be completed online, by transfer students, if
certain prerequisites and additional degree requirements are met. This
online degree program is available for two concentrations within the
psychology major: the Standard BA Concentration and the Human
Development BA Concentration.
Pre-Health Program and Pathways Honors Program
Pre-Health Program is a College of Science and Health pre-professional program designed to help
students from any college or school at DePaul explore their interests and identify which professional health career might be the best fit for them.
Pathways Honors Program is part of the Pre-Health Program. It is designed for highly qualified and motivated College of Science and Health students interested in pursuing a health career. Students who are part of the Pathways Honors Program will enter as a cohort during their first-year at DePaul. Two primary features of the Pathways Honors Program are the Early Opportunity Program and the 3+ Accelerated Degree Program.
- Early Opportunity Program: Offers eligible Pathways Honors students the opportunity for an early admission decision into one of six professional programs at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science (RFU): medicine, pharmacy, podiatry, physician assistant, pathologists' assistant, and physical therapy. The Early Opportunity Program will result in acceptance of eligible applicants at the end of their freshman, sophomore or junior year at DePaul. Students may matriculate at RFU at the end of either their third year (3+ Accelerated Degree Program) or fourth year (4+ Traditional Degree Program) at DePaul.
- 3+ Accelerated Degree Program: Provides qualified Pathways Honors students with an opportunity to finish their undergraduate education at DePaul in three years and immediately begin graduate work toward a professional degree at RFU in the fourth year.