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Our unique academic focus is pharmacy, science and healthcare—and we get results. Through a professional curriculum, hands-on education, and real-world learning experiences, USciences students are prepared for immediate success and proven all over the world.
A USciences education is a proven investment: USciences is Top 10 in the nation among colleges and universities with more than 500 undergraduates enrolled and #1 in PA, NJ, and DE for salary after graduation ($91,600)*. Before they even get their degree, most students have accepted employment and will be earning more than $100,000 per year.
And for those interested in medical school, our pre-medical program provides the best preparation through a proven combination of rigorous academics and personalized advising.
*Dept. Of Education College Scorecard, 2018.
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MBA Grad Earns National Grassroots Advocacy Award
August 19, 2019
Manjula Jayabalan MBA'17, PharmD, enrolled in USciences MBA program with a focus in pharmaceutical and healthcare business while she was a pharmacy resident to help further her career before it even started. This year, Dr. Jayabalan was awarded for her grassroots work to advocate on behalf of managed care pharmacy relative to current legislative, regulatory and policy issues.
Brewing Science Director Cooks up New Textbook
August 13, 2019
Matthew Farber PhD, director of the Brewing Science Certificate Program and assistant professor of biology can now add another title to his name: published textbook author.
OT Student Explores Research Opportunities at Summer Institute
August 12, 2019
Nancy Greene MS'16 (Health Psychology), DrOT'20 participated in the American Occupational Therapy Association's Summer Institute for Future Scientists at the Medical University of South Carolina where she learned about research opportunities and built a network of peers.
Decades Apart, Grandmother and Granddaughter Share a Career Path and Legacy
August 08, 2019
For Dominique Fields P'95, PharmD'99 her grandmother, Marie R. Kern (Ranere) BAC'36, P'61, was always a role model. Fields followed in Kern's footsteps, working at the same job in the same hospital.
Dig It: Student's Passion Leads to Month-Long Excavation Trip in Belize
August 06, 2019
Victoria Pobok Bio'20, HumSci'20 has always loved learning about ancient cultures and this summer she was able to indulge that curiosity during a month-long archeological dig in Northern Belize studying the ancient Maya.
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