The College of Health Sciences includes the Department of Counseling; the Department of Medical Laboratory Sciences, Public Health, and Nutrition Science; the Department of Nursing; the Department of Social Work and Communication Disorders; and the School of Kinesiology. The college offers a number of programs leading to graduate degrees such as: MS is Clinical Mental Health Counseling, MS in Medical Laboratory Sciences, MS in Kinesiology, MSAT in Athletic Training, MSN in Nursing Education, MSN in Nursing Administration, and MSW in Social Work. Please see the undergraduate section of the catalog for information regarding undergraduate programs offered by the College of Health Services.
The college offers graduate degree programs, which are listed below.
Graduate Programs offered by the College of Health Sciences
The Department of Counseling:
MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling
The Department of Medical Laboratory Sciences, Public Health, and Nutrition Science:
MS in Medical Laboratory Sciences
The Department of Nursing:
MSN in Nursing Education
MSN in Nursing Administration
The Department of Social Work and Communication Disorders:
MSW in Social Work
The School of Kinesiology:
MSAT in Athletic Training
MS in Kinesiology