College of Nursing and Health Sciences
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What you should know about our programs:
The College of Nursing and Health Sciences strives to provide excellence in education in health, nursing, radiological science, speech language pathology and wellness and fitness while meeting the workforce needs of the region and state. Currently over 2,500 majors are actively involved in innovative curricula that include classroom, clinical, internship and practicum experiences. Partnerships with over 100 agencies provide our students with diverse practice opportunities. Graduates of our programs are highly competitive for both employment and graduate study opportunities.
The College of Nursing and Health Sciences is comprised of the Departments of Health and Human Sciences and Kinesiology and Health Studies, the School of Nursing and the Vera Thomason Health Center. Within our College, we offer undergraduate degrees in Athletic Training, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Health and Physical Education, Kinesiology and Health Studies, Health Education and Promotion and Nursing. At the graduate level, we offer the Master of Science in Nursing, Master of Science in Health and Kinesiology and Master of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders degrees.
Please visit our Departmental websites to obtain information relative to specific programs and to learn more about the accomplishments of both our faculty and students.