USciences is known for its commitment to the sciences, and we offer transfer students who plan to pursue graduate degrees in medicine, public health, or law a perfectly blended humanities and science degree program that you help design.
Access our worksheet for humanities and science to use with your advisor to evaluate and plan your current coursework.
Here are the courses we recommend taking before transferring into USciences’ humanities and science program. Click here for an incomplete list of courses from other institutions that transfer into USciences.
You are eligible for SECOND-YEAR CONSIDERATION if you have completed, at the collegiate level, the following first-year courses:
General Biology I & II with labs
(NOT Anatomy & Physiology)
8 cr. Foreign Language I & II 8 cr. Pre-calculus & Calculus I 6 cr. 2 semesters of Writing Intensive English 6 cr.
General Education - Social Sciences Requirement Elective
Examples of social sciences are:
- Political Science
You are eligible for THIRD-YEAR CONSIDERATION if you have completed, at the collegiate level, the above first-year courses and the following second-year coursework:
General Chemistry I & II (for science majors) with labs 8 cr. Survey of Physics (General/Intro Physics) 4 cr. Science Elective 4 cr. General Education—Social Sciences Requirement 3 cr. General Education—Humanities Requirement
Examples of humanities classes are.
- Art Appreciation
- Music Appreciation
- Philosophy—Ethics and Values
Any additional Foreign Languages completed beyond the Level I & II language courses fulfilling the Year 1 Requirement
6 cr. Ethics Elective 3 cr. Literature Elective 3 cr. General Education Requirement (Additional Social Science and/or Humanities credits) 6 cr.
If you find you have not completed all of the required courses for transfer, we encourage you to apply and allow us to evaluate your coursework and, if you are accepted, to develop a customized curriculum that will allow you to complete your degree at USciences.
Click here to get started on your transfer application to USciences!