“Imagination is more important than knowledge...”
Albert Einstein (1879 – 1955)
The education of graduate students—our future scientists, educators, and providers of health services–is central to the mission of the College of Health Sciences and Professions. Core attributes of CHSP graduate studies are accredited preprofessional programs that provide enriched classroom and field experiences, and integrate research experiences and professional training. In Fall 2011, CHSP offered 10 masters degrees, 4 certificates, 2 clinical doctorates, and 2 doctors of philosophy to over 500 graduate students.
The goal of the faculty is to instill in students a sense of intellectual curiosity and engagement, both within and across disciplines and practice settings, so that they are highly prepared to work and serve others in their future lives as professionals and citizens.
By selecting a post-baccalaureate program in CHSP, students gain the knowledge and skills needed to improve health-care delivery and outcomes—and to advance their career in a multitude of growing fields. Our graduate level programs provide a broad and interdisciplinary perspective, as well as in-depth specialty expertise.
- School of Applied Health Sciences & Wellness
- School of Nursing
- School of Rehabilitation & Communication Sciences
- Department of Social & Public Health