Where tradition meets innovation
The core mission of the College is to prepare students to become competent, caring, ethical professionals and citizens committed to lifelong learning.
For more than 100 years, North Dakota State University College of Health Professions has led the advancement of healthcare for the benefit of society through innovation, growth, and excellence in teaching, research, and practice. Our mission is to educate students and advance research and professional service in pharmacy, nursing, and allied sciences fields. The College values people; quality; professionalism; ethics; knowledge, teaching, learning; research/scholarship; patient-focused care; and interdisciplinary education.
The College currently has approximately 156 faculty and staff, a total student enrollment of more than 2000 students including more than 100 graduate students, and offers fully accredited degrees that include: six year entry level Pharm.D; Master of public health (MPH); BS, MS, & Ph.D. in pharmaceutical sciences; BS, MS, & DNP in nursing, and BS degrees in respiratory care, medical laboratory science, and radiologic science. The College also provides opportunities for students to earn combined degrees in Pharm.D./MBA,Pharm.D./Ph.D., and Pharm.D./MPH.
Researcher receives National Institutes of Health grant to study how to combat problems caused by diabetes
Faculty receive major grant for diabetes research
NDSU school immunization research to be published
Flexible education option helps nurses advance their careers
NDSU pharmacy professor receives grant to study how to repair vascular damage from diabetes
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