The College of Health Professions offers ten educational programs that are nationally recognized and highly ranked by US News and World Report. Our college has the most diverse program offerings of any college at the Medical University of South Carolina. We offer bachelor's, master's, doctorate, and Ph.D. degree programs through traditional and online/hybrid education.
BS in Healthcare Studies
This online bachelor’s degree is designed for transfer students as a pathway to graduate school and health care career advancement. Learn more.
MS in Health Informatics
Explore the growing field of health informatics. Study the collection, organization, and application of information in health care and medical research.
Exec. Master in Health Admin.
The Executive MHA program develops working health care professionals by providing the needed knowledge and skills for advancement in the health care industry.
Doctor of Health Admin.
Ambitious health care professionals are given the opportunity to turn prior experience into opportunities to teach, shape public policy, and lead organizations.
Anesthesia for Nurses (DNAP)
A post-master’s Doctor of Nurse Anesthesia Practice program for CRNAs that already hold a master’s degree in nurse anesthesia or a related field.
MS Perfusion Post-Professional
A post-professional master’s degree designed for practicing perfusionists that already hold a bachelor’s degree in cardiovascular perfusion or a related field.
Anesthesia for Nurses
Prepare for a career as a Certified Register Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA). Earn a post-baccalaureate or post-master’s Doctor of Nurse Anesthesia Practice.
Perfusionists operate life support devices to support patients’ circulatory and respiratory systems. Entry-level and post-professional programs available.
Occupational therapists help people engage in everyday tasks and life roles. Entry-level and post-professional doctorate programs available.
Physician Assistant Studies
PAs provide essential diagnostic, therapeutic, preventative, and health maintenance services in primary and specialty care settings under physician supervision.
Physical therapists examine, diagnose, and treat individuals of all ages who have health-related conditions that limit their ability to move and function.