Students in the program come from diverse educational backgrounds in the sciences, liberal arts, languages—and even music.
Clinical rotations in Northern Virginia and the District of Columbia give students exposure to medical and surgical nursing, obstetrics, pediatrics, psychiatric nursing and community health.
A course on Israeli media examines the nation’s current politics and culture through newspapers, radio, television and film.
All classes and hands-on laboratory learning are held either at Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio, Texas, or the Naval School of Health Sciences in San Diego, Calif.
Through basic science coursework and hands-on experiences, students are prepared to become health science laboratory technicians.
The program is specifically designed for and tailored to military personnel.
A course on medical terms from Greek and Latin helps students master medical vocabulary. They learn word elements from Greek and Latin and the principles that govern both the formation of medical words and the derivation of their meanings.