Marquette University confers the degree of bachelor of science on students who have satisfactorily completed the following majors in the College of Health Sciences: biomedical sciences; clinical laboratory science; exercise physiology; and speech pathology and audiology. Within the College of Health Sciences, Disciplinary Honors is available in the majors of exercise physiology and biomedical sciences. Students who successfully complete the Core Honors or Comprehensive Honors curriculum may earn a degree of honors bachelor of science or comprehensive honors bachelor of science, respectively.

The following degrees are conferred through the Graduate School at Marquette University: master of science in speech-language pathology and a specialization in bilingual English-Spanish offered by the Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology; master of science and doctor of philosophy in Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences offered by the Department of Physical Therapy; and master of science in Sports and Exercise Analytics offered by the Department of Physical Therapy. Biomedical sciences faculty participate in the doctoral specialization in neuroscience through the interdisciplinary neuroscience program in the Graduate School. Details for these programs can be found in the Graduate Bulletin.

The following degrees are conferred through Health Sciences Professional (HESP) within the College of Health Sciences: doctor of physical therapy and master of athletic training offered by the Department of Physical Therapy; master of physician assistant studies offered by the Department of Physician Assistant Studies; and doctor of occupational therapy offered by the Department of Occupational Therapy. Additional programs offered through Health Science Professional include a certificate in clinical laboratory science offered by the Department of Clinical Laboratory Science and a pre-dental enhancement program offered by Biomedical Sciences. Details for these programs can be found in the Health Sciences Professional Bulletin.