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Welcome to the College of Health and Human Sciences

The NDSU College of Health and Human Sciences includes: allied sciences such as respiratory care, medical lab science and radiologic sciences; counselor education; health, nutrition and exercise sciences; health services; human development and family science; nursing; pharmacy practice; pharmaceutical sciences; and public health.

Students are prepared to become leaders in their fields through interprofessional education that spans the human life cycle. The college focuses on team-based education offering undergraduate and graduate level degrees and certificates in multiple programs through on-site and online opportunities.

HHS News

Kelsey Slater, Assistant Professor in NDSU's Department of Health, Nutrition and Exercise Sciences collaborated with Tanya Kramer and Tasha Cary-Waselk from International Student and Study Abroad…

Photo of teacher Angeline Walswick in classroom, pointing out something to a student sitting at a desk.

Exceptional advisors play an important role helping students navigate the academic path to their future careers. Two advisors at NDSU were honored for their skills in helping students achieve their…

Two NDSU nutrition science and nursing student teams participating in the Problems to Possibilities program were selected as finalists at the Possibility Showcase, hosted by the Center for…

Six students in the NDSU Chapter of HOSA-Future Health Professionals received 16 awards at a State Leadership Conference held March 24-26 in Bismarck. HOSA-FHP empowers future healthcare leaders. The…

Photo of Aidan Gallagher sitting on a stool in front of an area called Cully's Kids Cabin at Sanford Medical Center.

Even with the busyness that comes with being a full-time college student, Aidan Gallagher, a freshman social work and human development and family science major at NDSU, finds the time to volunteer…

Composite photo of NDSU doctor of nursing practice student and doctoral human development student Beckham Arthur

Two students in the NDSU College of Health and Human Sciences have been recognized for their achievements in teaching and research, respectively.

Brooke Campbell, doctor of nursing practice…

Photo illustration of Jedi Genetics written on dark starry sky with a DNA strand with text Grads 6-8, June 13, 2024

Genetics, discover you must. Get your Jedi on at this one-day event for middle schoolers! Join us on Thursday, June 13 for Jedi Genetics:  Exploring genetics through a Star Wars lens. Open to…

Photo of Dawson VanSickle

Dawson VanSickle, stepson of senior lecturer Candace VanSickle in the Dept of Human Development and Family Science

The 13th Battle of the Cents-es fundraiser will benefit Dawson VanSickle, a Red…

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Friday, May 3
1 p.m.  – Nurse Pinning Ceremony, Heritage Center, Bismarck

Wednesday, May 8

12:45 p.m. – Nutrition Science Senior Luncheon, FLC 312, Fargo

Friday, May 10

10 a.m. – Sanford Sonography Program Graduation Reception, McGovern Alumni Center, Fargo
10 a.m. – Pharm.D. Hooding Ceremony, Festival Concert Hall, Fargo
1 p.m. – Nurse Pinning Ceremony, Festival Concert Hall, Fargo
2 p.m. – Master of Athletic Training Graduation Event, Meadow Lark, Memorial Union, Fargo (pending)
2:30 p.m. – DNP Hooding Ceremony, Festival Concert Hall, Fargo
4 p.m. – Counselor Education Master’s Degree Hooding Ceremony, Ballroom, Memorial Union, Fargo

Saturday, May 11
10 a.m. – NDSU Commencement, Fargodome, Fargo

Friday, May 24
2 p.m. – Sanford Radiologic Sciences Program Reception, McGovern Alumni Center, Fargo


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