The John and Donna Crean School of Health and Life Sciences offers undergraduate and graduate programs in biosciences, behavioral sciences, and health sciences. Programs in biosciences integrate the knowledge from the basic sciences to develop a comprehensive understanding of life, new technologies, and pressing social issues. Programs in the behavioral and health sciences integrate and apply a bio-psycho-social perspective to advance our understanding of health and the education of health care professionals.
All programs in Crean are distinguished by our commitment to engage undergraduate and graduate students in their education through faculty-mentored student research, internships, and problem-centered learning. And, with such facilities as the human anatomy lab, the psychology research labs, and the Frances Smith Center for Individual and Family Therapy, our students are able to apply classroom knowledge to research and clinically relevant experiences. Such experiences provide our students skill sets relevant to today’s and tomorrow’s job market.