The master-of-science degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) prepares students to become fully credentialed and licensed speech language pathologists, clinicians and/or supervisors in healthcare and education settings.
The Doctor of Physical Therapy program fosters the development of professional Doctors of Physical Therapy who are exceptional clinicians, skilled in delivering ethical care in today’s global community.
The transitional Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree (tDPT) is a post-professional degree designed to provide additional educational material to augment existing professional physical therapist preparation.
The Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) program provides students with the academic and professional training to become competent, ethical, culturally sensitive, and systems-oriented marriage and family therapists who can effectively assess, diagnose, and treat a diverse population of individuals, couples and families.
The master of science in athletic training prepares students for a career as a certified athletic trainer. Athletic trainers (ATs) are health care professionals who collaborate with physicians to optimize activity and participation of patients and clients.
The Physician Assistant Studies graduate program mission is to educate compassionate, patient-centered medical providers of the highest quality who are leaders in their communities, life-long learners of medicine, and professionals who possess strong clinical skills, cultural sensitivity, ethical values, and respect for human diversity.