Our General Health Science Concentration prepares you for a wide range of career paths in health-related fields or graduate programs, including in nursing, behavioral health, physical therapy, nutrition, medicine, and much more. You’ll acquire a broad base of knowledge and skills that will set you up for success no matter what you pursue after graduation.
We understand that the cost and value of your education is important to you. That’s why we’re committed to being one of the most affordable colleges in Vermont and why more than 80% of our students receive aid. We're here to help you fit this program into your unique financial picture. Contact this program's Admissions Counselor any time to discuss what types of financial aid are right for you.
Combined with scholarships and aid, a Vermont State education is within reach for students from all financial backgrounds. Speak with our Admissions Counselor to estimate what your true out-of-pocket costs might be for this program.
Tuition and Fees
Tuition for Health Science, B.S.
$9,984 Full Time Annual
$19,992 Full Time Annual
Total Mandatory Fees
Undergraduate (In-Person / In-Person Plus)
$1,416 Full Time Annual
Housing and Food
$7,830 Full Time Annual
Standard Food Plan
$5,068 Full Time Annual
For complete information on tuition and fees across all programs and locations, as well as indirect costs of attendance, visit the complete tuition and fees page.
Why Study General Health Science at Vermont State
Hands-On Learning: We offer numerous internship and research opportunities, allowing you to work closely with experienced health professionals in real-world settings.
Numerous Career Paths: With a degree in Health Science, you’ll be prepared for a variety of career options, including physical therapy, personal training, and nutrition counseling, just to name a few.
Small Classes: You’ll work closely with supportive professors and experienced practitioners who will help you develop your knowledge, skills, and confidence.
What You’ll Learn
You’ll study basic biology, physics, and psychology. You’ll gain a deep understanding of anatomy and physiology, as well as human growth and development. You’ll have ample opportunity to take specialized classes on a wide variety of health-related topics.
“The professors know who you are, even in big lecture classes like anatomy or chemistry. That connection really made me not want to disappoint them and try that much harder to do well in their classes.”