Advance to the cutting edge of biostatistics. Design research studies, organize and integrate data, and collaborate on interdisciplinary teams to improve human health.
Gain admission to the highly ranked Kenan-Flagler Business School and connect with world-class faculty, high-potential classmates, and top employers.
Enjoy conditional enrollment in the Pre-Master of Arts in Teaching program; admission to the minor in education; and opportunities to begin graduate-level coursework.
A deep understanding of the interplay between humanity and the environment prepares you for careers in environmental advocacy, consulting, and banking.
Earn a bachelor’s degree in environmental science and a master’s degree in information science, preparing you for careers in government, non-profits, and research.
Earn a bachelor’s degree in Contemporary European Studies and a TransAtlantic Masters (TAM). Be prepared for a variety of international careers from diplomacy to policy making.
Gain essential skills in management, policy making, and research as you prepare to improve population health through your studies in the Gillings School of Public Health.
Develop the skills to orchestrate how people access information — from libraries to the internet — when you to pursue your School of Information and Library Science degree.
Hone your media skills in one of the best journalism programs in the nation as you master graphic design, electronic journalism or public relations.
Gain a breadth of experience in scientific and policy approaches at the only nutrition department situated in both a school of public health and school of medicine.
Launch your pharmacy career with two years of undergraduate study at the Eshelman School of Pharmacy on your way to earning your PharmD, PhD, or Master of Science.