Allied Health Track

“The Allied Health Track helps motivate students interested in the medical field. Allied Health students are well-informed, have hands-on experience in labs, interesting lectures, and lots of opportunities to prove their skills.” – Corine Domingo, ’10 Biology, Allied Health

"The vision of CUSOM is to produce high-quality physicians with a desire to serve in the underserved areas of our state, the nation, and the world. To do that we need to start with high-quality students who have a solid foundation and a desire to serve. To that end Doug and I have surveyed the undergraduate institutions looking for those who have a reputation of graduating high caliber, Christian students. Chowan University and specifically your (biology) department is one at the top of our list." -  Joseph D. Cacioppo DO, Chair, Department of Community and Global Health, Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine

If you are interested in working in the health care industry, Chowan's Allied Health Track can lead you on your way to exciting careers in:

Veterinary Medicine
Physical Therapy
Physician’s Assistant
And more...

With the addition of Anatomy and Physiology laboratory computers, new microscopes, guest lecturers, microbiology lab, and biotech training equipment, our Allied Health Track can prepare you for graduate studies at a number of great medical schools. You can also head straight into the health care workforce, conducting research and doing clinical or laboratory work in the health sciences.

View the Biology, Allied Health Track, BS degree requirements.


James "Bo" Dame, PhD
Associate Professor of Physical Sciences
John Dilustro, PhD
Professor of Biology, Associate Provost
Kyung-Hoon Lee, PhD
Assistant Professor of Chemistry
Heather McGuire, PhD
Chair, Professor of Biology
Amy Wethington, PhD
Professor of Biology