If you are interested in becoming a health professional, there are possibilities other than the traditional practice of medicine that are just as rewarding and challenging. These allied health professions often require specialized skills to address high-tech needs in the world’s growing demand for health care. Major emphasis in these professions is often placed on preventing disease rather than treating individuals who are already ill.
People who develop careers in the allied health disciplines are respected professionals with the potential to be employed on an international, national, regional, or local level. Consider the rewards that come from helping others and enjoying job security, excellent salaries, and the potential for future advancement in a wide range of careers in the following programs:
- Athletic Training
- Emergency Medical Care
- Environmental Health Sciences
- Master of Health Sciences
- Nutrition and Dietetics
- Recreational Therapy
The School of Health Sciences offers you the opportunity to prepare for your profession with outstanding faculty members who promote individual attention when teaching; class sizes that are small; and clinical and/or field experiences that provide you with the same experience that you would encounter in your professional practice.
Come join us and let us help you begin a health career that you never imagined existed!
Interim Director, School of Health Sciences