FAQ

What programs are available for School of Health Sciences students?
We offer a variety of programs each semester. We also offer individual appointments for career counseling and advising with the assistant dean for career services, Cindy Christie. These sessions can cover a variety of topics, including:

  • Discussing your career interests and skills
  • Writing a resume and cover letter
  • Preparing for interviews
  • Exploring jobs or internships
  • Considering graduate school options

Contact the assistant dean for career services at cynthia.christie@quinnipiac.eduor 203-582-3656.

How do I find out about internships and jobs in health sciences?
Quinnipiac has its own online system of job and internship listings called QU Career Connections. This system is available only to current students. To learn more about career services at Quinnipiac, please visit our career development page.

What are the different careers in health sciences that Quinnipiac graduates pursue?
Following are just some of the many areas you can explore to learn more about health sciences fields.

Majors offered at Quinnipiac:

  • Athletic training/sports medicine
  • Biomedical sciences
  • Diagnostic imaging
  • Health and science studies
  • Microbiology/molecular biology
  • Psychobiology

Graduate degrees offered at Quinnipiac:

  • Cardiovascular perfusion
  • Medical laboratory sciences
  • Pathologists' assistant
  • Physician assistant
  • Molecular and cell biology
  • Radiologist assistant

Where can I learn more about careers in health sciences?
Some helpful links to begin your career research are below.
Health Professions Network
National Institute of Health, Office of Science Education "Career Finder"
U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook
What Can I Do With This Major?

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