The College of Health and Human Services offers undergraduate in athletic training, health science, medical lab science, nursing, and social work as well as minors in health science, youth services, gerontology and athletic coaching and graduate degrees in health administration and leadership, occupational therapy, and nursing (nurse administrator, nurse educator or clinical nurse leader), and a Doctor of Nursing Practice (for Family Nurse Practitioners). Each of these programs combines theoretical courses with practice experiences to prepare students for professional positions in health and human services.
All programs strive to meet national standards of excellence, and maintain accreditation in their related discipline. The newest program, Medical Laboratory Science, was developed to transform the former Medical Technology degree into one that meets national CLS standards required for accreditation. Accredited program and the related accrediting organizations are: