The Faculty of Health Sciences sponsors bachelor's degree programs in speech pathology and audiology, nursing, and public health. The programs prepare graduates both for immediate entry into the profession and for continuation of their studies in graduate programs.
Within the Public Health Program there are professional tracks in environmental health, health education, and public health administration.
There are two distinct Nursing programs, one for transfer students who already possess the Registered Nurse credential, and one for students who do not have prior nursing training.
The offerings in the health sciences have unusually strong facility support in the Mainland Division of the Atlantic City Medical Center and the Bacharach Institute for Rehabilitation, both of which are located on campus. These two institutions offer students on-campus access to a 300-bed acute-care hospital and an 80-bed rehabilitation hospital. Many other health agencies in Atlantic County and surrounding communities, both inpatient and outpatient, provide opportunities for clinical experience. In addition, the Speech Pathology and Audiology Program is further supported by Stockton's speech and hearing clinic.
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