Three new Bachelor of Science degree programs will be awaiting Indiana Tech main campus students in the fall of 2019. The school has added Biology, Health Science and Forensic Science degrees to their College of Arts and Sciences.
The new programs will enable students to pursue careers in several areas, including medical technology, pharmaceuticals, forensic investigation and biotechnology. Indiana Tech Vice President for Academic Affairs,Tom Kaplan,says preparing students has been the university’s mission for nearly 90 years.
"These new life science degree programs are no different. We’ve developed them together to give students interested in health, biology and science a full range of options to choose from, leading to careers with bright futures. Students in these programs will be well-prepared to go on and become skilled doctors, researchers, medical and pharmaceutical industry professionals, forensic analysts and investigators, and so much more.”
You can learn more about the new degree programs here.