College of Health Sciences

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According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, occupations and industries related to healthcare are projected to add more new jobs to the U.S. economy than any other industrial or occupational group between 2012 and 2022. Healthcare is currently the largest industry in the United States. Projected to employ 15.6 million people and account for nearly one-third of the total projected increase in jobs in the United States from 2012 – 2022, the demand for healthcare workers largely reflects the demand to address the needs of an aging population.

To help meet the expanding demand for qualified healthcare professionals, the Sullivan University College of Health Sciences offers diploma, associate degree, bachelor’s degree, and master’s degree programs in health and health-related fields of study. Qualified and credentialed medical assistants, medical coders, health information managers, registered nurses with a BSN degree, and physician assistants are being sought in the healthcare industry to meet demands and changes taking place in the United States.

Academic programs within the Sullivan University College of Health Sciences are designed to meet the needs of the healthcare industry by providing graduates with the education, experience and credentials expected by the healthcare industry. Medical related courses are offered on-site in some instances and online in other instances. Some courses are offered during the day, others during the evening… all designed for the convenience of the students, many of who have family responsibilities and are employed and need such flexibility.

Thank you,
Walter Soja, PharmD, Associate Provost

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