Employment opportunities are forecasted to continue to grow throughout the next several decades, as educated health care worker shortages continue to increase. Whether you choose Nursing, Dental Hygiene, Radiography/Medical Imaging, Clinical Laboratory Sciences, or Health Sciences, your future employment outlook is bright.
The nursing program strives to offer a creative curriculum for meeting the current and future health care needs of society. The curriculum prepares a generalist in professional nursing and serves as a basis for graduate study.
The dental hygiene program provides education and clinical experiences to undergraduate students for future roles as oral health professionals.
The radiography program provides students with a comprehensive education in radiography, to prepare them to enter the radiographic profession as a competent entry-level diagnostic radiographer. Also, offered through Allied Health are preprofessional programs.
Newest to the Dwyer College of Health Sciences is the Bachelor of Science in Clinical Laboratory Science, Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences and the Bachelor of Science in Applied Health Sciences.
Concentrations for the Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences include:
- Health Promotion
- Sport and Exercise Science
- Health Systems Leadership - Information Systems
- Rehabilitative Sciences
- Speech Language Pathology
- Bachelor of Science in Applied Health Sciences Online Degree
Concentration for the Bachelor of Science in Applied Health Sciences include:
- Health Administration
- Community Health Education