About the College
The College of Health Professions was formed in 1971. However, programs in the Health Professions have been in existence on this campus since 1956.
Upper-Division Transfer College
College of Health Professions' students can choose from eight exciting health care fields. All of the degree programs are upper division, meaning students enroll for their junior and senior years of college. Two offer master's degrees.
Each curriculum includes courses in professional subject areas, liberal arts and sciences as well as a clinical experience component. The College has a strong Arts and Sciences Department which contributes to a broadly based education for students in health sciences.
The College of Health Professions annually admits approximately 110 students into its programs. Retention rates average approximately 90 percent for the College. There are 32 full-time and 8 part-time faculty. In addition, there are more than 240 clinical and adjunct faculty who contribute to the college's educational programs.
The setting and structure of the College of Health Professions provide an opportunity for students in the various programs to learn to practice together as future members of the health care delivery team.