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College of Health and Pharmacy

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The College of Health and Pharmacy supports the mission and vision of the university by offering fully accredited undergraduate and graduate professional programs that are grounded in the sciences and humanities. We offer degrees in Nursing (BSN, MSN), Occupational Therapy (MSOT) , Physical Therapy (DPT), and Pharmacy (PharmD). Students interested in careers in Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy or Pharmacy may enter these programs either through a freshman-entry undergraduate pathway OR directly into the professional program with the appropriate prerequisites. OT, PT, and Pharmacy students entering these programs as freshman will earn a BS degree in Healthcare Administration/Public Health, Exercise Science, or Health Science respectively. The Nursing program offers a BSN degree and several Graduate Nursing degree programs.

Husson University is recognized by Carnegie Classifications as a Doctoral/Professional University.

Mission Statement

The Husson University College of Health and Pharmacy inspires and prepares students for contemporary, evidence-based, and ethical practice in the health and pharmacy professions.

We foster student success by promoting:

  • Professional identity
  • Self-directed learning
  • Critical reflection and scholarship
  • Practice focused on the individuals, families, groups and populations we serve
  • Integration of specialized technology
  • Cultural competence, social justice, and advocacy for our clients and our professions.

Vision Statement

The College of Health and Pharmacy aspires to shape our students into compassionate and effective practitioners, leaders, and scholars who value inter-professional collaboration, lifelong learning, and global engagement.


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Everything and everyone here at Husson is geared toward helping you be successful

- Yieng Huah "Andrew" Tham, '19, School of Physical Therapy

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