The School of Health and Human Services includes programs in Creative Arts Therapy with specializations in Art Therapy and Music Therapy, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy and Social Work, and is associated with programs in Gerontology and Pre-Medical and Pre-Dental preparation.
The School’s diverse health profession programs draw students looking for meaningful, service-oriented careers. These students are given the opportunity to work in a variety of settings, beginning by learning in the classroom about the field’s most recent developments in theory and research. Students are then challenged to put that knowledge to practical application in on-campus clinics and in a wide variety of off-campus practicum sites.
With thorough classroom training and extensive real-world experience, students from the School of Health and Human Services are well prepared to provide the best possible care for their clients and to face the varied challenges of their professions.