The Bachelor of Science in Lifespan Health prepares students for admission to a graduate or professional school with an emphasis on the biomedical aspects of health including disease prevention, detection and treatment. This program is designed for students wishing to pursue graduate studies in a health field such as medicine, pharmacy, occupational/physical therapy, psychology and other related fields.
Admission to this program is granted through USC's admission process, described in the admission section of this catalogue. The same foreign language or programming skills requirement for the BS in Human Development and Aging default Social Science track (12 units total)is required as well as the USC General Education program (see the General Education for more information). Students must enroll in the following courses: