School of Health and Natural Sciences
Our undergraduate and graduate programs emphasize the connection between professional knowledge and practice, intellect and vocation. We combine a solid liberal arts foundation with in-depth scientific and professional studies.
As a student in the School of Health and Natural Sciences (HNS), you will experience personal and professional growth while you gain the knowledge, practical skills, and insight to excel. You will be offered a broad range of engaged learning and research experiences as well as exciting and meaningful international learning opportunities. Your studies will prepare you for careers in diverse fields and for life in an ever-changing technologically advanced world.
- Biological Sciences (BA, BS, Minors)
- Chemistry and Biochemistry (BA, BS, Minor)
- Global Public Health (BS, Minors)
- Health Science/Pre-Occupational Therapy (BS/MSOT, 4+1)
- Kinesiology (BA, BS)
- Mathematics (Minor)
- Nursing (BS)
- Biological Sciences (MS)
- Counseling Psychology (MS, MFT, PCC)
- Physician Assistant Studies (MS)
- Occupational Therapy (MS)
- Occupational Therapy, Doctorate (OTD)
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NORS-DUC is a federally-funded research project dedicated to the study of emerging and invasive quarantine pathogens of ornamental and native plants.
The Premedical Post-Baccalaureate is a certificate program designed to help students complete prerequisites to apply to health professional schools.
Dominican has long-standing relationships with both the Buck Institute on Aging and BioMarin, two prominent research facilities located in Marin County.