The College of Health Professions offers degrees at the doctorate, master's, bachelor's, and associate's levels. Programs are designed to provide academic, administrative, technical, clinical, and ethical training for a variety of healthcare professions.
Ever mindful of the need to seek the highest degree of professionalism, the faculty strives to blend the teaching of theory, clinical application, and high ethical standards. Graduates of South University's health professions programs are prepared to seek entry-level employment in hospitals, private physician practices, community clinics and agencies, research organizations, pharmaceutical firms, and academic institutions.
All baccalaureate- and associate-level degree programs are built on a strong foundation of general studies including mathematics, physical sciences, language arts and social sciences. The master's degree programs are designed to help prepare students to deliver professional services. All programs are geared toward educating individuals for successful careers in public, private and governmental healthcare and counseling services.
Students wishing to enter a program in the College of Health Professions should be aware that a prior felony conviction may restrict an individual's ability to obtain professional licensure or certification. Acceptance into a South University program or its completion does not imply or guarantee that a student will be able to obtain such licensure or certification.
Doctor of Occupational Therapy
Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Psychology and Behavioral Sciences
Occupational Therapy Assistant
Physical Therapist Assistant