Dr. Raymond N. Linville*, Dean Waldron Hall 342, (540) 831-7600
Dr. Kenneth M. Cox*, Associate Dean Waldron Hall 347, (540) 831-7634
Ms. Loretta Estes, Advising Coordinator and Assistant to the Dean
Waldron Hall 351, (540) 831-7699
The Waldron College of Health and Human Services provides undergraduate, master, and doctoral students with programs of study for entry into, and advancement within, health related professions, as well as meeting credentialing requirements. The undergraduate programs combine a liberal arts and science base with discipline-specific study. The graduate programs provide specialization and advanced study. Undergraduate and graduate programs are both characterized by an emphasis on integrating theory and research with practicum experiences. All programs prepare graduates to contribute to the health and well being of the citizens of the region, the Commonwealth of Virginia, and the nation. The faculty members are highly committed to teaching, promoting student development, and to advancing scholarship, research, and practice.
The Waldron College of Health and Human Services consists of five different disciplines. Depending on their choice of undergraduate major, students in the college may elect to pursue a Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.), or a Bachelor of Social Work (B.S.W.) degree.
NOTE: Each program of study has published specific technical standards for successful program completion. Students must consult the program directly to ascertain their ability to meet program completion standards. In addition, all students in the College must adhere to the “Standards of Professional Practice Education,” available in the College Advising Center.
The Waldron College of Health and Human Services is composed of the following schools and departments:
Communication Sciences and Disorders
School of Nursing
School of Social Work
*See the Radford University Graduate Catalog for program details.