Education and Health Sciences at UE
Housed in Graves Hall, UE's College of Education and Health Sciences focuses its challenging curriculum to mentoring the teachers, nurses, physical therapists, and health care professionals of the future.
College of Education and Health Sciences
The College of Education and Health Sciences offers a number of programs that share a commitment to the preparation of competent and caring professionals for the twenty-first century. Programs in the departments of education, physical therapy, public health, and nursing and health sciences provide learning experiences to develop knowledge, intellectual and practical skills, and personal and social responsibility. All programs feature supervised field experience - such as internships, clinicals, and student teaching - in appropriate real life settings off campus.
Faculty members in the College of Education and Health Sciences have experience in their fields plus advanced academic preparation. In addition to their teaching and service contributions they are active scholars in a variety of different areas.
Areas of study
- School of Education
- Dunigan Department of Nursing and Health Sciences
- BS in Nursing
- RN to BSN
- Department of Physical Therapy
- Doctor of Physical Therapy
- Physical Therapist Assistant
- Department of Physician Assistant Science (Master's program starts January 2017)
- School of Public Health
Dr. Lynn Penland
Senior Vice President of Academic Affairs and Dean, College of Education and Health Sciences
Graves Hall 301
Mrs. Mary Kessler
Associate Professor/Physical Therapy and Associate Dean, College of Education and Health Sciences
Graves Hall 205
Mrs. Karen Doss
Administrative Associate/Dean Education & Health Sciences
Graves Hall 301