Dr. Kenneth Cox, Dean
Dr. Corey Herd Cassidy, Associate Dean
345 Waldron Hall, (540) 831-7600
The Waldron College of Health and Human Services provides students with programs of study for entry into and advancement within health-related and human services professions. The programs combine a strong liberal arts and sciences base with discipline-specific study to develop graduates who contribute to the health and well-being of society. Programs are characterized by an emphasis on integrating theory with practice in the classroom and in on- and off-campus practicum experiences. The faculty is committed to teaching and promoting student development, to advancing scholarship within the disciplines and to providing professional service.
The Waldron College of Health and Human Services is composed of five academic departments. Graduate students may pursue a Master of Arts or Master of Science degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders with a concentration in speech-language pathology; a Doctor of Nursing Practice degree with four post-BSN or MSN tracks (Family Nurse Practitioner, Nurse Midwifery Initiative (with Shenandoah University), Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing Initiative (with Shenandoah University) and a non-MSN post-master’s Clinical Nurse Specialist track; a Master of Occupational Therapy degree; a Doctor of Physical Therapy; and a Master of Social Work degree.