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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

photo of Dr. Margaret Fitzgerald

Dr. Margaret Fitzgerald, professor in Human Development and Family Science, was recently named to the Dr. Anne Stegner Endowed Professorship.

The honor recognizes and supports faculty who exemplify…

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Welcome to news of the College of Health and Human Sciences! Through this fall semester, we are making transitions in our newly expanded college as part of the university’s NDSU Transform. We began…

photo of NDSU Health and Human Sciences Career Fair poster showing photos of various types of health and human sciences careers


Employers from around the region wanting to fill in-demand healthcare and human sciences job openings are connecting with North Dakota State University students at the Health and Human Sciences

In Dr. Ryan McGrath's lab, NDSU undergraduate students get advanced research experience working with the aging population of North Dakota.

Healthy Aging North Dakota, or HAND, investigates human…

professional head and shoulders photo of Dr. Ryan McGrath

What can your handshake tell you about your health? Assistant Professor Ryan McGrath in NDSU Health, Nutrition, and Exercise Sciences is quoted in a Compass by WebMD article titled “Grip Strength is…

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