We cultivate collaborative learning experiences by placing a special emphasis on the emerging field of interprofessional care both in our classrooms and at our pioneering healthcare facilities. Our innovative programs cross the barriers between disciplines and specialties in order to generate the most positive patient-centered outcomes while also advancing the field. The College of Nursing and Health Professions offers the following programs:
MS/MSN in Quality, Safety, and Risk Management in Healthcare
The MS/MSN in Quality, Safety and Risk Management in Healthcare is an interdisciplinary program that prepares you to lead organizational efforts that improve and monitor quality metrics, improve safety for both patients and staff, and manage risks in a dynamic health care environment. This interdisciplinary patient safety and healthcare quality Master of Science is designed for health professionals seeking to develop essential competencies to assess, monitor, and improve healthcare outcomes in community-based care delivery settings, hospitals, and other healthcare organizations.
Doctor of Health Science
The Doctor of Health Science (DHSc) program is designed to be an advanced doctoral degree program open to health professionals seeking leadership roles in education and/or clinical practice. The aim of the program is to prepare health professionals to be leaders in healthcare by acquiring skills as educators, administrators, members of research teams and advocates for best practice.
Interprofessional Certificate Programs:
Issues in Human Trafficking
Service to Veterans
Forensic Trends and Issues in Contemporary Healthcare
Sexual Health and Wellness
Neuroscience, Learning and Online Instruction