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Learning that Fits Diverse Needs
Sometimes the most significant educational experiences happen outside the classroom. Find opportunities for experiential and service learning, study abroad, and partnerships that help you tailor your program to meet your needs and graduation requirements.
Students from USciences and other institutions benefit from the flexibility of a range of articulation agreements.
Experiential education delivers critical skills—and it’s required in many programs. Get information, from finding a placement to meeting requirements.
Satisfy program requirements, finish certifications, or stay current with the latest in your profession with workshops, lectures, classes, and other events.
Through one-on-one personalized advising, testing and application preparation and professional development you will be prepared for medical, dental, optometry, or veterinary medicine schools.
Academically qualified undergraduate or professional students can take up to 15 additional credits of relevant USciences graduate coursework at no extra cost.
The Honors Program offers exceptional students access to smaller classes and exclusive presentations, colloquia, research opportunities, and community service opportunities.
Meeting community needs as you earn credits—it’s a win-win. Choose from more than a dozen courses in various community settings.
Ghana, London, Shanghai—take your studies overseas through multiple articulation agreements and a partnership with New York University’s Study Abroad Program.
Offering summer courses with pre-medical and pre-professional students in mind.
Develop the skills essential to being a responsible citizen and professional through this required coursework.
Student-centered and innovative learning experiences in all composition and professional writing courses to ensure USciences graduates are effective written communicators.
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