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Alan P. Jung, Dean; Professor, Kinesiology
The School of Health Professions was established in 2013 as a part of the College of Health Sciences. It provides undergraduate students the opportunity to pursue a variety of specialties and fields of study within healthcare, wellness, and sports. Graduates are prepared with the skills and knowledge necessary to successfully enter the workforce or to continue their education at professional and graduate schools, ultimately working to deliver exceptional care.
Within the School of Health Professions, the learning and service opportunities for students are rich. As a school, faculty and staff are committed to using their knowledge and experience toward preparing students who make the lives of people better, here at home and in communities around the world. As our graduates focus on excellence, professionalism, and using their gifts to serve others, the impact they have is immeasurable.
The School of Health Professions includes the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, the Department of Kinesiology, the Department of Physical Therapy, and the Department of Physician Assistant Studies.
The School currently offers baccalaureate degrees in communication sciences and disorders, exercise science, health sciences, sport administration, and sports medicine. Graduate degrees are currently offered in physician assistant studies, physical therapy, and speech language pathology.
To stay up to date with the latest news within the School of Health Professions, visit us online at samford.edu/healthprofessions.
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