front row: Dean Kevin Rudeen (Dept. Chairman), Prof. Stacy Anderson (MS Dosimetry)
back row: Kimberley Johnson (Staff), Dr. John Carter (Anatomy), Dr. Allen Knehans (PhD-NS)
Not pictured: Dr. Amy Davis (Anatomy), Dr. Carol Dionne (PhD-RS) and Prof. Susan Tucker
On behalf of the faculty and staff of the Department of Allied Health Sciences welcome to the academic home of four diverse educational programs and core courses of the Colleges. Each program is singularly unique with its own curriculum delivered by an outstanding eclectic faculty from within and outside the College As you seek information about the programs, don’t hesitate to make contact electronically or in person. Faculty and staff will be pleased to assist you as you make decisions about your future.
The Doctor of Philosophy degree program in Allied Health Sciences was designed to promote knowledge across disciplines and informed collaboration among disciplines while promoting research in an area of specialization. Graduates will be prepared to assume research faculty positions, particularly in allied health academic programs.
The Master of Science degree program has a specialization in Dosimetry. The program is designed to provide registered radiation therapists with a B.A. or B.S. degree an opportunity for advanced education, training and research and to become eligible to make application to the Medical Dosimetry Certification Board (MDCB).
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