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Home to the nation's largest College of Medicine, the University of Illinois is an incubator for life-saving research and an educator of more physicians, nurses, dentists and pharmacists for Illinois than any other school. Our six health-sciences colleges, which include Medicine, Applied Health Sciences, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Public Health and Nursing, actively integrate teaching, research and service, while fostering compassion, dedication and advocacy.

College of Medicine

Educate. Innovate. Serve. For more than 100 years these three pillars have guided the work of the UIC College of Medicine and helped it emerge as a world-renowned center of medical education and research. More new physicians earn their medical degrees at our College of Medicine than at any other medical school in the country. One in six physicians currently practicing in Illinois has trained here.  Find out more about the UIC College of Medicine

College of Nursing

Recognizing the need to expand and diversify the nation's nursing workforce, the College of Nursing offers five regional programs, five degree and seven certificate programs. One out of every ten nurses in Illinois graduated from the college, a testament to the critical role UIC plays in nurse education. The college boasts award-winning faculty and has wide ranging grant support. The program routinely ranks among the nation's top 10. Find out more about the UIC College of Nursing

College of Pharmacy

The UIC College of Pharmacy offers a four-year professional degree program that leads to PharmD, the highest level of professional education in the pharmaceutical field, as well as other programs leading to six master's degrees and four doctorate degrees that cover a spectrum of research areas within the pharmaceutical sciences. The program routinely ranks among the nation's top 10. Find out more about the UIC College of Pharmacy

College of Applied Health Sciences

Nationally prominent in research, service, and education, the College of Applied Health Sciences (AHS) is a leader in applied rehabilitation and disability studies. The college houses five departments: Biomedical and Health Information Sciences, Disability and Human Development, Kinesiology and Nutrition, Occupational Therapy, and Physical Therapy. It also offers a variety of degree options, including three bachelor's degrees, ten master's degrees, and four doctoral programs. Find out more about the UIC College of Applied Health Sciences

College of Dentistry

The UIC College of Dentistry trains healthcare professionals, educators, and scientists in the oral health sciences. Offering integrated educational programs based upon advanced technology, and UIC's centers of research excellence, the College provides student-oriented education programs that prepare individuals for the thoughtful, ethical practice of dentistry and the life-long learning process associated with the profession. Over half of Illinois dentists were trained here. Find out more about the UIC College of Dentistry

School of Public Health

The UIC School of Public Health is committed to eliminating health disparities and bringing public health solutions to communities in need by combining academic excellence with cutting-edge research and engaged community-based practice. The school includes four divisions - Community Health Sciences, Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences, Epidemiology and Biostatistics, and Health Policy and Administration.  Find out more about the UIC School of Public Health