The Faculty of Health Sciences (FHS) emphasizes an interdisciplinary approach to teaching and research, welcoming students with a variety of interests and backgrounds and encouraging diversity within the classroom. FHS is pleased to have a growing number of regional students who enrich the Faculty and the student body through the contribution of their diverse experiences.
To be eligible for admission to the programs leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in health sciences, candidates must have satisfactorily completed the freshman program in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences or an equivalent program, with a minimum cumulative average of 70 and a minimum science average of 70.
Lebanese students must present the Lebanese Baccalaureate or its equivalent, and should be considered eligible by the AUB Office of Admissions for admission to the first year in health sciences. These candidates are evaluated based on SAT 1 scores and school performance.
Candidates holding the Lebanese Baccalaureate Part II (literature and humanities, and sociology and economy) or its equivalent are required to take remedial courses in science subjects: CHEM 200 and MATH 203 (only for literature and humanities).
Freshman students applying to the first year in health sciences must complete the following science requirements: CHEM 101 and 102 or CHEM 200, MATH 101 and 102 or MATH 203. Courses taken before the student is admitted to any of the BS programs in Health Sciences may be credited at the discretion of the appropriate department.
For complete and detailed information regarding admission to FHS including application forms, application procedures and deadline requirements please visit AUB Office of Admissions.
For more information on these degrees, please visit the AUB Catalogue.