The School of Health Sciences at FMU is committed to providing interprofessional learning opportunities to a diverse student body. The faculty strives to inspire students to become lifelong learners and competent and caring healthcare professional leaders who use evidence-based practice to deliver safe, ethical and value-based care to diverse patient populations.
Faculty in the School of Health Sciences are active in teaching, scholarship/research, and service, and the majority are doctorally prepared. Many faculty hold certifications in specialties recognized by national professional healthcare organizations. The School of Health Sciences programs require a variety of targeted clinical experiences in many different healthcare environments. The School of Health Sciences promotes diversity, tolerance, and respect among faculty, students, and healthcare partners.
The key values adopted by the School of Health Sciences include:
- Caring and compassion
- Interprofessional collaboration
- Healthcare technology and innovation
- Evidence-based practice
- Ethical decision-making
- Integrative healthcare policy and leadership
The School of Health Sciences offers programs which lead to the following degrees or certificates: