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Whatever Your Passion, You Can Pursue It At Misher College
Home to the core science curriculum, the arts and humanities, and the behavioral and social sciences, Misher College offers pre-professional programs. BS, MS, PhD, and integrated BS/MS programs cover a range of disciplines, from biochemistry and biology to medical laboratory science, microbiology, psychology and physics. Each undergraduate program introduces you to our major scientific concentrations, so you can decide which course of study is best for you without losing credits or time.
Regardless of your selected major or program, you’ll benefit from the guidance of distinguished faculty, service learning, and the opportunity to perform investigative research with state-of-the-art equipment and facilities. And you’ll leave with a well-rounded education: All USciences undergraduates spend their first two years with our general education curriculum.
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- USciences Alumni, Students Receive COVID-19 Vaccine
January 15, 2021
USciences alumni, students working on the front lines in healthcare institutions were among some of the first to be vaccinated for COVID-19. For many, the vaccine is a sign of hope for the future and a symbol of the importance of science and healthcare.
- Professor Receives WW Smith Charitable Fund Award for the Second Time
January 12, 2021
Associate Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry Zhihong Wang, PhD, has been awarded over $122,000 from the WW Smith Charitable Trust to fund her project entitled "Development of Novel Allosteric Inhibitors Targeting the MAPK Signaling Pathway in Lung Cancer".
- Board of Trustees Appoints New Roth Chair
January 12, 2021
University of the Sciences' Board of Trustees unanimously appointed Associate Professor of biology Bela Peethambaran, PhD, as the Abraham and Edythe Roth Chair in Pharmacognosy/Natural Products.
- Lynette Hammond McNeal Endured Segregation and Racism to Advance her Career as an Adolescent Psychiatrist
December 14, 2020
Serving in the United States Army in 1949 as a black woman was a fraught position to say the least. But before Lynnette Hammond McNeal became a chemist, physician, and leading adolescent psychiatrist, she did just that.
- Student On Frontlines of COVID-19 Shows Importance of Lab Science
November 12, 2020
As the Deputy Coroner, Joseph Vizzarri BMS'21 acts as the eyes and ears of the forensic pathologists when there is a death investigation.
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