College of Health Professions

Dr. Mark WiegandThe College of Health Professions offers degrees at the undergraduate, master’s and doctoral levels, with more than 1,000 students currently enrolled in these programs.

The college includes two schools - the Donna and Allan Lansing School of Nursing and Clinical Sciences and the School of Movement and Rehabilitation Sciences. Dr. Mark Wiegand, vice provost of health professions, leads the college.

The Donna and Allan Lansing School of Nursing and Clinical Sciences houses the academic departments of nursing, respiratory therapy, medical laboratory sciences and radiation therapy. Dr. Nancy York serves as dean.

The School of Movement and Rehabilitation Sciences houses the academic departments of exercise science, athletic training and physical therapy. Dr. Tony Brosky serves as dean, in addition to his role as chair of the physical therapy program.

College of Health Professions Highlights

The College of Health Professions offers a comprehensive array of health science programs. We offer the bachelor of science in nursing (BSN) and graduate programs in nursing at the masters and doctoral levels, undergraduate programs exercise science, radiation therapy and health services, undergraduate and graduate programs in respiratory therapy and medical laboratory science, the masters degree in athletic training, an online graduate program in health science, and the doctor of physical therapy degree. Additionally, the College offers post-doctoral residency programs in neurologic physical therapy and geriatric physical therapy. A Ph.D. in health professions education is currently in development.

Graduates of Bellarmine's College of Health Professions work in exciting and diverse fields such as health, rehabilitation, wellness and fitness facilities, cancer research, community health and advocacy programs, sports and athletic clinics, forensic work, and bio-terrorism research as well as in hospital and other clinical settings.

The College of Health Professions is a proud partner with Bellarmine College, the School of Communication and the School of Continuing and Professional Studies of the Arthur N. BecVar Artist in Residence Program. One of the few and select undergraduate artist in residence programs in the country, information on this innovative opportunity for fine arts students can be found on the Arthur N. BecVar Artist in Residence site.