Towson places you at the forefront of the latest advancements in healthcare, wellness and fitness. Apply your newfound knowledge and skills through a wide variety of internship experiences.
The healthcare, wellness and sport industries are rapidly changing. Medical advancements are made at breakneck speed. The focus on quality patient care, healthy lifestyles and fitness has never been greater. It’s the perfect time to pursue a degree in the health professions or sport-related areas through Towson’s bachelor’s, master’s, graduate certificate or doctoral programs.
At the Center
Towson has a long history of meeting critical demand for healthcare professionals in the region. Eligible programs are fully accredited by the national professional accrediting agencies. Towson is located at the center of a region rich in healthcare organizations, including two of the nation’s leading research hospitals, Johns Hopkins Hospital and University of Maryland Medical Center. Collaborative efforts and partnerships, both on and off campus, ensure you gain broad experience in your field.
Become a Practitioner
At Towson, highly experienced faculty members in a variety of disciplines bring a theoretical and applied approach to teaching in state-of-the-art learning environments. In every program, you learn the best practices of the profession complemented by critical-thinking, team-building, communications and technology skills.
Every student in the college has the opportunity to apply their new knowledge and gain practical experience with a variety of regional organizations and agencies. Our holistic approach to educating the whole student means Towson graduates are well prepared to enter and excel in their health-related careers and ongoing professional development.
Areas of Study
Institute for Well-Being
This dynamic learning lab offers innovative health services to community members and excellent educational programs for students. One of its leading offerings, the Hussman Center for Adults with Autism, brings students together with young adults on the autism spectrum in a mutually rewarding learning environment.