College of Health Professions
The College of Health Professions will help students find careers that are exciting, diverse, and in high demand. Midland works to create numerous academic opportunities, and with small class sizes and dedicated faculty, students are given the attention they need to develop high-demand skills. Courses are designed to emphasize critical thinking skills and active learning, and students gain practical experience through laboratory and clinical practice.
Students are provided with the resources and information they need to explore a wide variety of health professions. The College of Health Professions also supports students preparing for advanced degree programs such as athletic training, medicine, dentistry, nursing, physician assistant, optometry, pharmacy, and other related professions. Faculty and advisors assist students as they prepare for entrance to professional schools by offering opportunities to explore interests, skills, and goals.
Mission of the College of Health Professions
To educate future leaders and practitioners in health and science professions through relevant academic endeavors, active engagement, and collaborative holistic practice.
Academic Core Experience
At Midland University, each student progresses through an academic core experience during their four years of study. The DRIVE framework is designed to develop skills, create experiences and prepare students to set their course for success.
Explore Our Programs
During your time as a student, you’ll experience a comprehensive program in the College of Health Professions while earning your bachelor’s degree, master’s degree, or enrolled in a professional study program.
College of Health Professions Undergraduate Majors
School of Nursing
Certificate of Completion