A multi-million dollar agreement helps Colby-Sawyer address growing shortage of qualified health care professionals at Dartmouth Health and across the nation.
For more than 30 years, Colby-Sawyer College has been a leader in health science education with a reputation for producing highly trained and qualified health professionals. Today, Colby-Sawyer is building on its strengths. Together with Dartmouth Health, the college is addressing the critical shortage in U.S. health professionals with new and enhanced majors that lead to meaningful careers.
Take an interdisciplinary approach to best practices in prevention, assessment, intervention and treatment.
Develop skills to help others enhance their wellness and physical performance through the study of nutrition, exercise physiology, biomechanics and sport psychology.
Prepare for a leadership role in nursing homes, hospitals, rehabilitation facilities and other health services organizations.
Explore clinical and non-clinical healthcare careers as providers, administrators or advocates.
Train for a career in a variety of medical and scientific laboratory settings.
Ranked first in New Hampshire with graduates consistently surpassing the national pass rate on the NCLEX.
Explore the human experience and play an important role in answering questions about cognition and behavior.
The Master of Social Work program at Colby-Sawyer College is designed to provide thorough, experientially-based preparation for a career in mental health counseling, child and youth services, elder and disability services, public policy, non-profit organizations, the judicial system, healthcare and the medical system, substance use and addiction or school settings.