Facts About the School of Health Professions

About the School of Health Professions

  • We offer baccalaureate, master’s, and doctoral degrees in both clinical and non-clinical areas that include applied health informatics, athletic training, clinical laboratory sciences, health science, medical molecular biology, occupational therapy, physician assistant, physical therapy, respiratory care, and speech-language pathology;
  • We also offer non-credit certificate programs in anesthesia technology, EMT/Paramedic, medical dosimetry, phlebotomy, radiation therapy, and radiologic technology;
  • All of our clinical programs are nationally approved and/or accredited by their respective accrediting agency;  
  • We are dedicated to the education and training of highly competent healthcare professionals who can assume leadership roles in diverse healthcare settings;
  • Our graduates consistently achieve outstanding pass rates on national board exams and are sought out and hired because of their exceptional education;
  • Our faculty have received national recognition for their superior accomplishments in teaching, research, and public service;
  • We provide many opportunities, including community service, for students to develop and demonstrate leadership skills, teamwork skills, and compassion.