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Prepares students to meet their career goals through expert instruction in a dynamic learning environment.
Provides students with skills and knowledge for careers in osteopathic medicine and biomedical sciences.
Provides students with opportunities to demonstrate skills and knowledge in rigorous academic and professional settings.
Dedicated to training clinical psychologists in the practitioner-scholar model at the doctoral and post-doctoral levels.
Designed to prepare counselors to work in the mental health field or to pursue doctoral study in psychology and counseling.
Offers high-quality, rigorous instruction by experts in the field of emergency medicine.
Focuses on helping students become vital parts of the justice system.
Provides patron service, instruction in information literacy, and resources to support teaching, learning, and research.
Dedicated to training practitioner-scholars who apply the art and science of leadership theories.
Teaches students to diagnose, treat and prevent illness through the use of osteopathic principals and practice.
Trains students in osteopathic principles, philosophy and practice.
Teaches students to utilize a "whole person" approach to healthcare.
Focused on training students to be competent, compassionate healthcare providers.
Trains students to diagnose and treat mental illness in various forms and degrees of severity.
Instructs students in the use and interpretation of imaging in order to diagnose disease.
Teaches students to apply osteopathic medicine techniques in dealing with physical impairments.
Dedicated to training practitioners and scholars to provide services to children and youth in educational and related settings.