College of Health Professions

Dean: Richard States, D.H.Sc.; 419-434-4677

Professor: T. Dillon, Goodwin

Associate Professors: Davies, M. Dillon, George, Griffiths, Smith, States, Stevens, M. Walker, Fleming Walsh, Walters-Powell

Assistant Professors: Buddelmeyer, W. Colchagoff, Durham, Elchert, Jackson, Lammers, Lightner, Nyman, O'Brien, Pitt, Prusnek, R. Walker, Weaver

Associate Professors of Teaching: Pettigrew, Van Zant, Volansky

Assistant Professor of Teaching: Verhoff

Instructors of Teaching: Duval-Foote, Gonyer, Gross, Herr, Hertenstein, Huber, Koehler, MacLean, Meredith, Parrish, Perry, Sakemiller, Schreiber, Sutton, Terry, Watters

Instructor of Clinical Practice: Tippie

A Bachelor of Arts degree is granted to students majoring in social work, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing is granted to students majoring in nursing, and students majoring in all other baccalaureate programs in the College of Health Professions are granted Bachelor of Science degrees.

Baccalaureate Programs:

Diagnostic Medical Sonography

Echocardiography

Health and Physical Education

Healthcare Management

Health Science-Pre-Occupational Therapy Emphasis

Health Science-Pre-Physical Therapy Emphasis

Medical Laboratory Science

Multi-Age Licensure in Health and Physical Education

Nuclear Medicine Technology

Nursing

Positron Emission Tomography/Computed Tomography Technology (PET/CT)

Social Work

Strength and Conditioning

Vascular Sonography

Wellness and Exercise Performance

Associate Programs:

Diagnostic Medical Sonography

Echocardiography

Nuclear Medicine Technology

Personal Training

Positron Emission Tomography/Computed Tomography Technology (PET/CT) 

Vascular Sonography

Minors:

Coaching

Gerontology

Substance Use Disorder

Certificate Programs:

Diagnostic Medical Sonography

Echocardiography

Gerontology

Nuclear Medicine Technology

Positron Emission Tomography/Computed Tomography Technology (PET/CT)

Vascular Sonography

Prerequisites

All prerequisite courses must be completed with at least a grade of “C.” Some courses require a higher grade than a “C” for the prerequisite. The course description will list the required grade if different from a “C.”