Departments

CampusGreenAs a national leader, SHP is dedicated to providing the best in healthcare education, and we do that across five departments hosting 20+ programs and 40+ offerings.

Clinical and Diagnostic Sciences

CDS programs are essential to today’s healthcare system. Graduates work in disciplines diagnosing illness and disease, administering advanced treatment therapies, and performing in surgical and trauma settings plus outpatient and inpatient healthcare.

See CDS Programs     See CDS Website

Health Services Administration

Home to the top ranked program at UAB – the #2 in the nation Master of Science in Health Administration – HSA has been shaping the future of health care for more than 50 years. They will continue to do so for the next 50 years and beyond with top-ranked education programs taught by world-renowned scholars.

See HSA Programs     See HSA Website

Nutrition Sciences

NS offers the most comprehensive nutrition experience you will find on one campus. Everything you need to learn to save lives, prevent disease and improve quality of life is at UAB.

See NS Programs     See NS Website

Occupational Therapy

The nationally ranked OT department offers innovative graduate programs for students interested in becoming occupational therapists or those seeking to advance existing occupational therapy careers including a new Clinical Doctorate in Occupational Therapy (OTD) program.

See OT Programs     See OT Website

Physical Therapy

The nationally ranked PT department has offered outstanding educational programs in physical therapy for 50 years. They offer a Doctor of Physical Therapy (DTP) program, an interdisciplinary PhD in Rehabilitation Science program and a Neurologic Physical Therapy Residency program.

See PT Programs     See PT Website

SHP Honors Program

The Honors Program offers undergraduate students the opportunity to experience real world team-based problem solving in community health care. Work with a faculty mentor to identify, research, solve and implement a solution to a problem in partnership with a community health organization.

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