No matter which health discipline you choose to study, you will be surrounded by a supportive Spartan network that is always deeply involved in the latest innovations and technology in healthcare.
Whether your interests lie in physical or mental health—or human or animal health—there is guaranteed to be an option for you. Even if your interest isn’t represented by a major at MSU, advisers can almost always customize your schedule with particular courses that align with your interest. The study of health sciences is strengthened even more by the number of specialized facilities that students have access to, as well as partnerships with hospitals that give students access to diverse healthcare systems with advanced training and volunteer opportunities. Also, the undergraduate experience is directly impacted by the research being done on campus. That’s why Michigan State aims to integrate research into our curriculum whenever possible—doing so prepares students to become a part of MSU’s legacy of healthcare innovation. Every year, new cutting-edge solutions originate right here on campus.
About Michigan State University
At Michigan State University, Spartans are united by our purpose to make the world a better place. To us, an education is more than a frame on the wall, it’s about connecting with your purpose and being a catalyst for positive change. For more than 160 years, MSU has been the place to explore and experiment, with more than 200 areas of study in 17 degree-granting colleges and a wealth of hands-on undergraduate research opportunities. Home to Big Ten athletics, art museums, performance venues, agricultural facilities and 900+ student clubs and organizations, MSU puts you at the center of all the action and helps you develop the skills and connections for a successful future. While no one can know what the future holds, you can be sure that Spartans will be there, working together to find meaningful solutions to some of the world’s toughest problems for a better tomorrow for everyone. Join us and be a part of Generation Will.