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Grace College adds 2 majors

Grace College said today it will be offering a new health science major and a mathematics and computing major beginning this fall.

The health science major is designed for students who aspire to provide health care, the Winona Lake-based college said in a statement. It will have concentrations for future doctors, chiropractors, dentists, veterinarians, physician's assistants, pharmacists, physical or occupational therapists, optometrists and podiatrists.

The mathematics and computing major will combine content from math and computer science to appeal to math students with an interest in technology and technology students more interested in math than business.

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