Francis Marion University’s School of Health Sciences is the University’s newest academic division and the home of the University’s fast-growing programs in healthcare education.
The School of Health Sciences was approved by the FMU Board of Trustees in 2015 and began operations on July 1, 2016. The school is home to the following programs:
Additional planned programs in healthcare specialties are in the pipeline and will also fall under the of the School of Health Sciences.
The School of Health Sciences programs are housed in two beautiful buildings:
- The Luther F. Carter Center for Health Sciences (CCHS) is located in downtown Florence. The MSN programs and the Physician Assistant programs are housed here. This building includes classrooms, laboratories, and a state-of-the-art interprofessional simulation learning environment.
- The Frank B. Lee Nursing Building (LNB) is located on our main campus. The undergraduate nursing program is housed here and the building includes classrooms and a simulation lab.
The School of Health Sciences often visits high schools, technical colleges, hospitals and other organizations for career fairs and educational fairs. If your school or organization is interested in having representatives come and speak to your group about the different educational opportunities we offer, please email Miss Devin Cribb to set this up.
Interprofessional Simulation Lab Experiences:
If you are interested in touring or setting up an interprofessional simulation experience for your organization, please contact Dr. Crystal Graham.