The College of Health Sciences and Social Welfare is made up of four professional schools-medicine, nursing, public health, and social work. It was established to provide a coordinated interdisciplinary approach to the solution of problems common to the four fields. Interdisciplinary courses, colloquia, institutes, and practicum experiences permit students to become acquainted with one another and with trends and developments in the four professions represented. The college is governed by an executive committee composed of the deans of the four schools.
The degree programs of each school are summarized in this Catalog and in separate bulletins published by the schools. These bulletins are available through the student services office of each school.
The mission of the college is to serve society by increasing, refining, disseminating, applying, and sharing knowledge, wisdom, and values relating to the health and social welfare concerns of the public. It carries out this mission through research, instruction, and service in medicine, nursing, public health, social work, and related health and biomedical sciences.
Degrees and Certificates
For information on degree and certificate offerings, refer to the Catalog sections on the Schools of Medicine, Nursing, Public Health, and Social Work.