As North Carolina's first and only College of Allied Health Sciences, we offer baccalaureate, master's and doctoral education programs – including distance education – to improve health services and shape the future of health care throughout the region, state and beyond. We were the first allied health school in the state to offer doctoral-level opportunities in an allied health discipline. Faculty members utilize a variety of teaching modalities across the college. Of the 233 courses offered in 2015, 26 percent included a distance education component such as online information or an off-site clinical placement.
Our graduates are leaders in the delivery of superior quality patient care, and we are proud to educate physical and occupational therapists, physician assistants, audiologists, dietitians, counselors, medical technologists, health information managers, and others.
Select any of our departments on the left to learn more about specific degrees and admission qualifications or deadlines.