From Here - The Sky Is the Limit
At the School of Health Sciences, health care professionals receive a high-tech high-touch education coupled with innovative research opportunities. Discover how we are advancing the health of people in Indiana and beyond.
Construction began in April 2012 for a $42.8 million project that would more than double the space available to nursing and new graduate health sciences programs. The largest component of the project will be a five-story, 111,250-square-foot building that would connect to the current Burns Hall of Science and Nursing by a three-story atrium. This new facility will house the graduate programs in athletic training, occupational therapy, physical therapy, and public health.
|Master of Public Health ||Fall 2013 |
|Post-professional Master of Science in Athletic Training ||Summer 2014 |
|Occupational Therapy Doctorate ||Fall 2015 |
|Doctor of Physical Therapy ||2016 |
The IWU School of Health Sciences offers students the opportunity to expand knowledge in four programs that are in high demand in health care education. The IWU programs and the new $42.8 million facility provide graduate students the opportunity for hands-on research and clinical experience taken together with interprofessional collaborations with community stakeholders for an engaging learning experience that is essential to their success
Through research, education, evidence-based practice and compassionate patient care, the IWU School of Health Sciences seeks to promote a greater health environment locally, nationally and internationally. We aim to decrease health disparities in rural and global populations and improve the health of the community through collaborations with area hospitals and health centers. The Christ-centered efforts of our faculty, staff, and graduate students align with the IWU mission of changing the world by developing students in character, scholarship, and leadership.