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Health Sciences

students in classroom with skeleton
male student in front of a microscope
female student in front of periodic table of elements chart
student and professor's hands dissecting a cat
female student with white pieces of paper taped to her face
female student looking into a microscope
male student hands with cup of blue liquid pouring into a beaker
male student looking into a beaker with yellow liquic
female student wearing safety glasses looking into a beaker with blue liquid
4 female students with a skeleton
several student in a lab wearing safety glasses
3 students in a lab wearing white coats, blue gloves, using testing equipment
professor with students and skeleton
two girls wearing white lab coats and blue gloves
"I chose Alfred State because I got big school opportunities at a small college."
Kylie Buchek, '18
Program Advantages: 

More than a typical biology or chemistry degree... delve into the diversity of science and health, preparing you for the workplace and for further education in healthcare.

Professional Outlook: 
  • Biology Technologist
  • Laboratory Assistant
  • Pharmaceutical Technician
  • Environmental Health Safety Officer
  • Food Scientist
  • Biomedical Researcher
Contact: 
Dr. Kathryn Link
607-587-3671
Pioneer Quotes: 

"I chose Alfred State because I got big school opportunities at a small college. Alfred provides everything a larger school such as Binghamton or Buffalo offer but in a more homey environment. I love that my professors actually know me. I'm not a number, I'm not the blonde girl who sits in the second row. Here, the professors know who I am and that provides for a lot of accountability to make sure I'm in class and doing every assignment to my full ability. The biggest thing is that I can walk into almost any professor's office and ask for help and they will give it!" -Kylie Buchek, '18

"I wanted to come here because of the small campus and because Alfred feels like a home away from home. Also the teachers are here for you and your education, not for their paycheck." -Marissa Sly, '18