UConn prepares Connecticut’s youth to enter the workforce as doctors, engineers, politicians, journalists, historians and, most importantly, as inquisitive critical thinkers. And luckily for Connecticut, these great benefits are not confined to the quiet corner. Regional campuses provide the same excellent education and workforce training in Stamford, Hartford, Avery Point and Waterbury.
The University of Connecticut’s Waterbury campus is slated to introduce a new major in Allied Health Sciences beginning in the fall of 2020, according to UConn Today. Students will have the option to either complete two years of their undergraduate degree at Waterbury and then transfer to Storrs, or remain at the Waterbury campus and earn their degree there, the article said.