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Natural & Health Sciences

Learning that Measures Up

In SEU’s College of Natural & Health Sciences, you’ll be equipped to fulfill your calling in the fields of medicine, nursing, science, kinesiology, or mathematics. You won’t just sit in lectures — you’ll be consistently challenged through interactive lessons and real-world applications.


Your valuable, hands-on experience will teach you key academic and scientific skills to prepare you for a career in the biological sciences or speech and hearing science.




Gain in-depth knowledge and practical experience and learn to serve patients with compassion as you excel in the ever-growing field of nursing.




Become a leader in the sports, health, fitness, and wellness fields with a degree in Kinesiology. Choose a concentration that aligns your degree journey with your career goals.




If you’re counting on a career in math, our mathematics concentrations in actuarial science will prepare you for some of today’s most in-demand careers.


College Highlights

Anatomage Table

The 3D, interactive images available in our cutting-edge Anatomage Table mirror graduate school-level dissections and diagnostic learning experiences.

Nursing Simulation Lab

Our state-of-the-art nursing simulation lab, featuring a variety of patient simulators, brings actual nursing scenarios to you. 

Early Acceptance Partnerships

SEU biology students can gain early acceptance to medical school through our partnership with Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine, or to veterinary school through our partnership with Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine.

Elevate Your Career

Graduate-Level Studies

Earn your Master of Science in Nursing degree, with a concentration in Administration or Education, completely online!


Meet the Dean

Dr. Aimee Franklin

An alumna of SEU, Dr. Aimee Franklin returned to the university in 2014 as a full-time faculty member. Franklin received her Ph.D. in neuroscience from the University of Alabama Birmingham, and during that time, completed research on Fragile X Syndrome (FXS), the most commonly inherited form of autism. Franklin received numerous institutional awards and funding as well as grants from the National Institute of Mental Health and the National Institute of Neurological Disease and Stroke for her research.

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