Salus University and its clinical facilities will be closed Monday, May 28, 2018 in observance of Memorial Day.
The College of Health Sciences was established in 2008 and contains the University’s Physician Assistant Studies, Public Health, and Biomedicine programs.
Our graduates are collaborative clinicians who will serve the health care needs of a global community with intelligence, compassion, and integrity.
These programs are dedicated to providing learning opportunities to a diverse group of students, faculty and practitioners in the fields of health and human services.
Our graduate Programs in Biomedicine offer non-traditional, technology-based programs that train individuals who are committed to the acceleration of advanced health.
View an interactive listing of the College of Health Sciences faculty members, and learn more about them.