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Biomedical sciences major, Sanya

Considering a career in health sciences? The choices are limitless. Health sciences degrees prepare you for a broad range of occupations and specializations. The work is exciting, and the reward from helping people is priceless.

Your work will take you to a wide variety of settings in your community, and often to places outside of a hospital or clinic. Your clients will come from all walks of life and from all age groups.

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Learn more about the College of Health Sciences in this video overview.
The College of Health Sciences offers a wide variety of health-related degree programs in the areas of biomedical sciences (laboratory and diagnostic imaging), communication sciences and disorders, health care administration, kinesiology, nutritional sciences, and rehabilitation sciences and technology.
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The College of Health Sciences offers a wide variety of graduate and doctoral degree programs in the areas of athletic training, biomedical sciences, communication sciences and disorders, health Informatics and administration, health sciences, kinesiology, occupational therapy, and physical therapy.
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Early planning is critical for a smooth transition to UWM’s College of Health Sciences. Students looking for a change of major or official institutional transfer can learn more about credit equivalency, eligibility and the application process.

We’ll help you all the way!
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UWM encourages international students to apply to our impressive variety of certificate, undergraduate, master’s and doctoral programs.
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Rene Steven and her husband Gary created the Steven Family Scholarship for masters Communication Sciences and Disorders student. Gina SanFelippo was the 2019-20 Steven Family Scholarship recipient.
Gina SanFelippo (right), received the 2019-20 Steven Family Scholarship, which was created by Rene Steven (left) and her husband, Gary, specifically for MS Communication Sciences and Disorders students.

Scholarships & Grants

We understand that financial support is important to every student.

A variety of options are available to help future students finance their education at UWM, including over $32,000 in health sciences scholarships awarded annually, as well as loans, grants, student employment, fellowships, military education benefits and more.

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