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Dean, School of Health and Human Sciences
“The new School of Health and Human Sciences allows CUI to bring together related health science and service programs for greater collaboration and interdisciplinary learning,” says Scott Ashmon, CUI’s provost. “There is administrative efficiency to be found, for sure, in bringing together related programs, but it is the common focus and synergy academically and vocationally that are more important."
Guided by the Great Commission of Jesus Christ and as a Lutheran liberal arts institution, the School of Health and Human Sciences (SHHS) is committed to preparing students to become servant leaders and societal agents of change through our institutions’ centeredness on the development of the mind (high-quality academics), body (care of self), heart (love/service of neighbor), and soul (love toward God).
For traditional undergraduate students, the School of Health and Human Sciences offers the following programs:
For non-traditional adult learners, the School of Health and Human Sciences offers bachelor's degrees in:
The Healthcare Program prepares you for professional positions that enhance the operational efficiency and effectiveness of health and wellness organizations and improve the delivery of healthcare services.
The Nursing Program has been uniquely designed for students to learn the necessary knowledge and advanced skills to provide excellence in caring, compassionate, and competent nursing care.