Health Science Programs

As one of the leading Health Sciences schools in New England, we take your education seriously.

Our programs are challenging, invigorating, and prepare you to step into the job market with real-world experience under your belt.

Nursing (BSN)

Our traditional undergraduate Nursing program prepares students with no background in nursing to enter this high-demand and growing field with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing.

Nursing (RN to BSN)

Our RN to BSN program helps registered nurses advance their careers and earn a baccalaureate degree quickly.

Nursing (MSN)

Our graduate Nursing program allows nurses to advance their careers as educators, leaders, or advanced practice nurses.

Occupational Therapy (MSOT)

Our two-track Occupational Therapy program allows students with or without an undergraduate degree to earn an advanced degree in the field.

Post-Professional Occupational Therapy Doctorate (OTD)

Our Post-Professional OTD program, approved by the New England Association of Schools & Colleges, was developed in response to the projected workforce demand for occupational therapists, the current and projected shortage of doctorally prepared faculty in occupational therapy programs, and the desire for the profession to advance the educational preparation of occupational therapists.

Physical Therapy (DPT)

Our physical therapy program allows undergraduate students to earn the doctorate in physical therapy faster than earning separate undergraduate and graduate degrees. The program also admits graduate students directly into the professional phase of the program.

Public Health (BS)

Our undergraduate Public Health degree program allows students to gain the knowledge and skills needed to address complex health challenges.

Speech Language Pathology (minor)

This minor program teaches students the fundamentals of Speech Language Pathology and prepares them for a career as a Speech Language Pathology Assistant.

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