Graduate Programs

The Department of Interprofessional Health Studies offers academic programs with an interdisciplinary focus, recognizing that health care teams and inter-professional collaborators represent best practices in its delivery. The programs are designed to prepare students with a broad understanding of the organization of health care services which is then applied to individual fields of study, whether related to clinical or managerial practice, or advocacy and outreach. The following undergraduate and graduate programs are available:

Graduate Programs


Physician Assistant Studies

Autism Studies Post-Baccalaureate Certificate

Clinician-Administrator Transition (CAT) Post-Baccalaureate Certificate

Applied Gerontology

Applied Gerontology Post-Baccalaureate Certificate