The College of Allied Health Professions 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.
Mary Justine Owen
2016 Outstanding Senior and Golden Merit Award winner...