College of Health Sciences

Teaching the future of health care leadership

The College of Health Sciences was established in 1980 and enrolled its first students in the physician assistant program in 1981.

Graduates work and serve in numerous health care roles, from providing patient care to leading health care organizations to safeguarding and enhancing the health of communities and populations.

The college’s clinical students take some courses with DMU’s D.O. and D.P.M. students, fostering interprofessional experiences and understanding. Its two master’s degree programs can be completed online, ideal for working professionals.

Our Mission and values

To advance the health and well-being of society through the development of exemplary health care professionals in a learning-centered environment. We value health promotion, life-long learning, and the transfer of evidence-based research into practice.

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