Learning Outcomes

After completing this program, students will

  1. Demonstrate scientific reasoning skills and will be able to apply scientific principles to health and life sciences-based problems.
  2. Develop a broad foundation of knowledge in the different health science disciplines that span the different levels of organization from the molecular to a whole body to society.
  3. Prepare students for entrance into postgraduate work in healthcare fields (physical therapy, occupational therapy, physician associate, athletic training, and pre-pharmacy).
  4. Demonstrate effective written, oral, and reading communication skills with stakeholders in the health sciences, including patients/clients, other health care providers, and the community.
  5. Demonstrate ability to identify ethical issues and to evaluate them rigorously from multiple perspectives, as it relates to the health sciences.

Saint Anselm guided me in my intellectual pursuits and gave me the foundational skills essential to becoming a knowledgeable and compassionate physician.

— Felipe Bispo '19, Brown University Medical School

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