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- Clemson-community partnerships allow our students to be part of health care to migrant populations, a mobile clinic, and breast and cervical cancer screenings, among others.
- From 2009 to 2011, five of Clemson’s nine Weaver-James-Corrigan ACC Postgraduate Scholarship awardees were our students.
- We are one of 15 programs nationally identified as an exemplary undergraduate public health program by the APTR and AAC&U.
- Electronic internship portfolios have been key to our graduates' gaining employment and admission to graduate and professional schools.
Majoring in health science starts with the basic — health. With each class, you’ll dive into specifics pertaining to your personal interests while always keeping a strong focus on health care. Some of our students see themselves in a Third-World country helping teach populations about disease prevention and sanitation. Others envision a more administrative role in a traditional hospital setting or voluntary health agency, while of course, many plan to go into medicine, dentistry, physical therapy and more. Anything is possible when you join one of the largest industries in the nation. No matter your dreams, we’ll provide you the tools and training. Our graduates and our professors have worked and are working all over the world in every imaginable health-focused area.