School of Health and Clinical Professions
The School of Health and Clinical Professions shares the overall mission and vision of the College of Health Sciences.
Our mission is to champion an inclusive, collaborative learning environment to cultivate interprofessional practice through interdisciplinary experiences that develop competent leaders dedicate to the advancement of wellness, equity, and justice.
Our vision is to be a premier college of health sciences whose graduates are compassionate, transformational leaders who advocate for the diverse communities they serve.
Departments and Degrees Offered:
The School of Health and Clinical Professions houses the Department of Counseling, the Department of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, the Department of Medical Laboratory Sciences, Public Health, and Nutrition Science as well as the Department of Social Work. The School offers an Associate of Applied Science in Histotechnology degree and an Associate of Applied Science in Medical Laboratory Technology degree. There are also six bachelor degrees offered under this school: the Bachelor of Applied Technology in Health Professions Technology, the Bachelor of Science Medical Laboratory Science, Bachelor of Science in Public Health, Bachelor of Science in Nutrition Science, Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders, and Bachelor of Social Work. The School also offers a minors in Counseling and Public Health. Please see the graduate section of the catalog for information regarding undergraduate programs offered by this school.
Matt Laurent, PhD
Interim Dean - School of Health and Clinical Professions