Our programs prepare you for some of the fastest growing fields in health care.
Cedar Crest College’s health sciences majors prepare students for some of the fastest growing professions in the nation. The program offers non-clinical majors for students who want to work in health care but aren’t interested in practicing medicine. This interdisciplinary program incorporates biology, communication, nutrition, business and psychology.
Amy J. Reese
Interim Chair, Health Sciences
Associate Professor, Biological Sciences
610-606-4666 ext. 3517
- More personalized attention
- A base in the liberal arts
- Dedicated health sciences advisors
That’s the Cedar Crest advantage
Why Health Sciences at Cedar Crest?
As a student in the health sciences department, you will have the opportunity to experience a common core of courses, allowing you to explore each health sciences major before determining which is right for you.
After earning her Ph.D., and completing postdoctoral training in the department of molecular microbiology at Washington University School of Medicine, Amy Reese joined the Cedar Crest biology faculty in 2004.