The College of Health & Human Services provides a strong academic background for students to develop professional competence grounded in compassion and high regard for human dignity. Graduates of the program will promote physical, social, emotional, community and organizational well-being as appropriate to the responsibilities of their discipline. The graduates of the College of Health & Human Services provide transformational leadership to promote positive change within organizations and the community.
The health and social service-related professions are one of the fastest growing segments of the job market. There is an increasing demand for additional health care and social service professionals to meet the current and projected needs of a growing and increasingly more diverse population. Through its various undergraduate degree programs, the College of Health & Human Services is committed to providing learning opportunities to students aspiring to careers in professions that serve the contemporary health and social service needs of society. Service to disadvantaged segments of society most in need of care across age, cultural, and socioeconomic spectrums are central to the mission of the College’s educational programs. To this end, the College of Health & Human Services is committed to fostering community-centered education and to educating future health and social service professionals who are knowledgeable, competent, ethical, and caring, with a strong commitment to human service.
Departments & Programs
Concordia University’s College of Health & Human Services consists of five departments: Health Care Administration, Long Term Care Administration, Exercise & Sport Science, Nursing, and Social Work. The College of Health & Human Services offers the following undergraduate degrees
Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration
Bachelor of Science in Long Term Care Administration
Bachelor of Science in Exercise & Sport Science
Bachelor of Science in Exercise & Sport Science Pre-Physical Therapy
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Bachelor of Arts in Social Work
Bachelor of Science in Social Work
The College of Health & Human Services degree programs are designed to be comprehensive and include all of the academic and clinical educational components needed to promote high quality health and social services delivery. Internships, clinical experiences and service learning opportunities are integral components of the College’s degree programs.