College of Allied Health Professions

About the College

The College of Allied Health Professions was formally launched in spring 2004 and represents the sixth College at Montana State University Billings. The College gives attention to the broader definition of allied health and includes those academic programs in behavioral sciences, therapeutic sciences, and support services.


The College is proud to offer curriculum, faculty, and administrative services that help to prepare students to face the challenges of a changing world. All academic programs in the College emphasize the technical skills required for practice in health and human service professions but also stress the importance of a well-rounded education that includes such life skills as critical thinking, literacy, historical consciousness, multicultural experience, and a sense of values.




Collaboration with communities to provide leadership and excellence in the education of tomorrow’s health professionals.


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The mission of the College of Allied Health Professions is to provide the educational challenges and experiences that prepare all of its graduates to lead lives of leadership and service in health-related professions.


The CAHP fulfills this higher education mission by:

  • Requiring and supporting excellence in teaching, research, and service,
  • Requiring high achievement from its students, demonstrated by their academic knowledge, professional skills, commitment, and demeanor,
  • Establishing and nurturing ongoing, mutually-beneficial, professional partnerships with health-related professions, agencies, institutions, and professionals, and
  • Engaging in continuous self-evaluation, program review and revision, and external review.