Marquette University confers the degree of bachelor of science on students who have satisfactorily completed the following majors: athletic training, biomedical sciences, clinical laboratory science, exercise physiology and speech pathology and audiology. Students who successfully complete the honors program may receive an honors bachelor of science in these majors.
The degrees of master of science and doctor of philosophy are conferred through the Marquette University Graduate School. A master of science degree in speech-language pathology and a certificate in bilingual English-Spanish are offered by the Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology. A master of science and doctor of philosophy degree in Clinical and Translational Rehabilitation Health Science are offered through the Department of Physical Therapy. Biomedical sciences faculty participate in the doctoral specialization in neuroscience through the biological sciences graduate program. Details for these programs can be found in the Graduate Bulletin.
The college also offers a professional doctoral program in physical therapy and a professional master’s degree in physician assistant studies. Upon successful completion of these programs, the degree of doctor of physical therapy or master of physician assistant studies is conferred. Details for these programs can be found later in this section.