We mold critical thinkers and caring leaders who make a difference in peoples' lives.
A holistic education goes beyond the textbooks and arithmetic. Core and program-specific classes must prepare graduates for handling real-world situations with a human touch while upholding the highest professional standards. The curriculum, grounded in Christian principles, builds on the students’ undergraduate foundation in the arts and sciences, and includes 126 graduate-level credits where students progress through and integrate foundational and clinical sciences, patient/client management skills, and ultimately, the provision of person-centered care.
Course Catalog Information
Support course requirements, full curriculum requirements, curriculum sequence, and course information can can be found in the Academic Catalog.