Both entry- and advanced-level undergraduate, graduate, professional and certificate programs are offered by the School of Allied Health Professions. University and accreditation requirements for the individual programs guide the establishment of general admission prerequisites and course and degree requirements. Regulations and procedures for each program are outlined in these bulletins and are intended to ensure the selection of applicants whose motivation, ability, character and health status qualify them to pursue their program of study successfully.
Programs currently offered by this school and the degrees conferred on their graduates are:
School of Allied Health Professions
Department of Clinical Laboratory Sciences
Department of Gerontology
Department of Health Administration
Department of Nurse Anesthesia
Department of Occupational Therapy
Program in Patient Counseling
Department of Physical Therapy
Department of Radiation Sciences
Department of Rehabilitation Counseling
Last update: 10/18/2013
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