College of Applied Health SciencesCompare
In this major, you’ll form a better understanding of health from perspectives related to individual lifestyle, family, community, and culture.
You will have a large number of free elective credits that will allow you to craft a class schedule that best fits your post-graduate interests. This program prepares you for a wide range of applied health careers, graduate studies, and pre-professional studies.
You’ll choose from one of three concentrations:
81% employed or continuing education
41% employed after graduation
40% attending graduate school
$37,281 average starting annual income
Sample employer destinations: Northwestern Medicine, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Cerner Corporation View All
Sample grad school destinations: University of Illinois at Chicago, Loyola University Chicago, Washington University in St. Louis View All
3.9 years to degree
94% first-year retention rate
74% four-year graduation rate
89% six-year graduation rate