College of Health Professionals
Master's Degree Offerings
What will you learn?
With a heart for helping others and desire to put your God-given gift to work, you have the potential to make a lasting impact in the healthcare industry. The College of Health Professions is a place where cutting-edge science and biblical compassion come together to meet the healthcare needs of the 21st century. For master’s degrees, you can study in The School of Nursing or The School of Clinical Laboratory Sciences for Pathology.
The School of Nursing
Nurses meet people’s needs: from managing care in operating rooms to advocating for patient’s rights in Congress. In the twenty-first century, nurses are in high demand–and will continue to be–as we seek solutions to America’s healthcare needs.
Starting salaries for registered nurses (RNs) range from $55,000 to $60,000, depending on where you work. Having a Bachelor of Science in Nursing begins your nursing career, opens the door to leadership and management positions, and qualifies you for graduate-level training in nursing and healthcare.
At Anderson University’s School of Nursing, we have a Christ-centered ethos. With a faculty comprised only of working nurses, and our state-of-the-art facility, there’s no better place to become a nurse.
MSN in Nursing:
Family Nurse Practitioner
The Family Nurse Practitioner concentration will teach you a holistic approach to patient care that will…
MSN in Nursing:
Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner
The Nursing: Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner concentration is one of two such programs in…
Psychiatric Mental Health
Nurse Practitioner Certificate
If you are a Family Nurse Practitioner with a master’s degree, the Nursing: Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse…
The School of Clinical Laboratory Sciences
A pathologists’ assistant (PA) is a highly trained allied health professional who provides various services under the direction and supervision of a pathologist.
Pathologists’ assistants interact with pathologists in a manner similar to a physician’s assistants in surgical and medical practice, carrying out their duties under the direction of their physicians. PAs are academically and practically trained to provide accurate and timely processing of a variety of laboratory specimens, including the majority of pathological specimens.
PAs are key components to helping make a pathologic diagnosis, but it is the sole province of the pathologist to render a diagnosis.
MMS in Pathologists’
The Traditional Undergraduate Kinesiology will help you find a career exploring the science of…