The College of Health Professions is an upper-division transfer and graduate college offering degrees in many of the most in-demand health careers.
All students enter bachelor's degree programs at the College of Health Professions with a minimum of 60 college credits, and complete their junior and senior years of college at Upstate.
Students who already possess a bachelor's degree that covers the prerequisites for their bachelor's program of choice, can earn a new bachelor's degree. Students enter the graduate programs with a bachelor's degree and program requirements and continue on to earn a master's or doctorate degree.
Transfer students wishing to pursue a bachelor's degree may apply prior to completing required courses but must complete these prerequisites for their program of choice prior to enrolling.
Requirements for these programs as well as for the graduate programs in Behavioral Analysis Studies, Medical Technology, Physician Assistant, Clinical Perfusion and Physical Therapy can be found on the links below:
- Behavioral Analysis Studies-MS
- Clinical Perfusion - MS
- Medical Biotechnology - BS
- Medical Imaging: Radiography (X-ray) - BS/BPS
- Medical Imaging/CT and MRI: BPS
- Medical Imaging: Ultrasound - BS/BPS
- Medical Technology - BS/MS
- MedPrep MS in Medical Technology
- Physical Therapy - DPT
- Physician Assistant - MS
- Radiation Therapy - BS/BPS
- Respiratory Therapy - BS