Oct 27, 2020
Stephanie Bailey, MD-MPH, Interim Dean
162 Clement Hall
The College of Health Sciences is committed to preparing tomorrow’s healthcare leaders. The purpose of the College is to offer educational programs designed to produce practitioners and prepare individuals who are interested in pursuing careers as educators in the health professions; to encourage, develop and support interest in research; and to provide health care, when appropriate, and continuing educational services to the community.
The objectives of the College of Health Sciences are:
- To develop and implement educational programs designed tograduate health practitioners and educators based on employmentdemands and the availability of resources.
- To recruit students interested in careers in the health care field inprograms offered in the College and to provide these studentswith career counseling, academic advisement, and tutoringdesigned to assist them in achieving career goals.
- To maintain full accreditation by appropriate agencies for allprograms offered by the College.
- To recruit and retain a faculty capable of making significantcontributions to the basic and applied research efforts of thesupporting institutions.
- To encourage and promote the rendering of service to thecommunity through the sponsorship of seminars, workshops,consultations, and the delivery of health care wheneverappropriate.
- To identify and develop the talents of students whose prioreducational and cultural experiences have heretofore preventedthem from participating in allied health careers.
In addition to the Doctor in Physical Therapy, Master of Science in Speech and Hearing Science, Master of Public Health, Master of Arts in Education (Human Performance and Sport Sciences), Master of Science in Nursing, and Master of Occupational Therapy, the College offers undergraduate degrees in:
- Cardio-respiratory Care Sciences
- Dental Hygiene
- Health Care Administration and Planning
- Health Information Management
- Health Sciences
- Human Performance and Sport Sciences