Meeting society's need for health care professionals
As the U.S. population ages, the country's pressing need for more and highly trained health care professionals continues to grow. For dedicated students, the opportunities in this highly rewarding and high-demand career field have never been greater.
Health care education is deeply rooted in the University of Saint Mary tradition. Our founders, the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth, have a long-standing dedication to health care, health care education, and meeting the most pressing needs of society.
USM is well regarded for the quality of our established health care education programs, and continues to add new offerings under the guidance of nationally renowned expert instructors.
Explore our health care programs:
Dive into a burgeoning avenue of health care with USM's first doctoral-level program. In the USM DPT you'll learn from expert faculty in a program that integrates core values and professional behaviors with expert didactic education and the acquisition of professional skills in evaluation and treatment. Learn more »
Health information management at USM is a specialized technical field in high demand throughout the industry – from hospitals and physician offices to research facilities and public health agencies. Learn more »
Healthcare Informatics pros are highly-trained and exceptional thinkers who work behind the front lines to keep the infrastructure that powers health care running effectively and efficiently. Learn more »
From pre-medicine and pre-osteopathy to pre-dentistry and pre-podiatry, USM's expert science faculty can help you design a course of study that will ensure your success in the health industry. Learn more »
A unique 3+4 path for top-flight students that can place you in medical school after just three years of undergraduate studies, without ever taking the MCAT. Learn more »
A practical degree field that prepares students for careers in hospital laboratories, physicians' offices, blood banks, and diagnostic labs. Learn more »
Traditional Undergraduate Natural Sciences
For many students, the path to a health care career starts with a major in either biology or chemistry. Learn about the building blocks of life and the world around you as you lay the foundation of your future.