Location: Health Innovation Center FH 455
Email Address: email@example.com
Web Address: http://alliedhealth.nku.edu
School Director: Trina Cossin
Other Key Personnel:
Program Director, Bachelor of Science in Health Science: Shannon Alexander
Program Director, Radiologic Science: Trina Cossin
Program Director, Respiratory Care: Thomas Baxter
Program Director, Radiation Therapy: Julie Lasley
Program Director, Masters of Science in Health Science: David Tataw
Full-Time Faculty: Shannon Alexander, Jason Applegate, Thomas Baxter,Trina Cossin, Karen Leek, Debbie Patten, Olu Ekundayo, Joseph Cress, Carolyn Hollan, David Tataw, Julie Lasley, Alicia Snyder
What we are: The School of Allied Health offers dynamic, flexible, and competency driven clinical, non-clinical and completion programs.
- Health Science, M.S. (MSHS). Accelerated, fully online.
- Health Science, B.S. (BSHS) - two tracks:
- Transdisciplinary - can be completed in either a hybrid or fully online format
- Degree completion - accelerated, fully online - track for students who already have a earned associates degree in a health discipline.
- Respiratory Care, B.S. (BSRC) - two tracks
- Clinical - small, inter-professional, face to face with state of the art simulation, laboratory facilities and clinical placement,
- Degree Completion - 100% On-Line for those already registered as Respiratory Care Practitioners/Therapists with an Associate Degree in Respiratory Care
- Radiologic Science, B.S. (BSRS) - small, inter-professional face to face with state of the art simulation, laboratory facilities and clinical placement,
- Radiation Therapy, B.S. (BSRT) - small, inter-professional, and clinical placement
- Certificate in Clinical Trial Management
What we do: Our programs offer students personalized attention through:
- Dynamic, flexible, online accelerated, and small face to face classes,
- Completion programs,
- State of the art simulation and laboratory facilities,
- Advising, and
- Dedicated faculty focused on student success.
Who we serve: The programs are designed to meet the needs of
- The student who seeks to be a part of the exciting health care team as a professional,
- The student who is trying to determine their life trajectory,
- Professionals who are already in the health care professions, seeking professional development and transformation into other professions, and
- Those seeking to enhance their prospects in the health care workplace.
- A degree from our programs enables students to easily transition to an advanced degree.
- Students in our Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JCERT) accredited Radiologic Science, and Commission on Accreditation for Respiratory Care (CoARC) accredited Respiratory Care programs have the opportunity for a strong clinical education through state of the art simulation, laboratory experiences, and clinical site placements. They also have other opportunities to connect with employers for possible job placement. In addition, they are qualified to sit for the ARRT and CRT/RRT professional examinations respectively.
- Students within our Baccalaureate of Health Science programs have the opportunity to transition into other fields within health care, or enter into the fields of health education, healthcare administration and management, as well as public health. Students can also use the degree as a stepping-stone towards graduate school in both clinical and non-clinical areas.
- Our Clinical Trials Certificate program helps clinical and non-clinical professionals transition into health care clinical research as Clinical Research Coordinators (CRO) and Managers (CRM), and starts them on the road to sit for CCRP, CCRA certifications.
Student Activity Opportunities:
The School of Allied Health students have opportunities to become members of the Respiratory Care Students’ Club, Radiologic Science Students’ Club, College of Health Professions Student Ambassadors, African American Student Support Group, Student Advisory Board, the Kentucky Society of Radiologic Technologists (KSRT), Ohio Society of Radiologic Technologists (OSRT), and American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT) - Student Sections. Students have exposure to service-learning and student leadership opportunities at the National level.
The School of Allied Health fully complies with all the policies of the College of Health professions and Northern Kentucky University.
The School of Allied Health takes special pride in producing graduates who go on to become successful leaders in their careers as inheritors of a tradition of excellence in caring at all levels.
The radiologic science program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT).
Contact the JRCERT:
Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology
20 N. Wacker Drive, Suite 2850
Chicago, IL 60606-3182
Phone: (312) 704-5300
Fax: (312) 704-5304
The respiratory care program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Respiratory Care (COARC).
Contact the COARC:
Commission on Accreditation for Respiratory Care
1248 Harwood Road
Bedford, TX 76021-4244
Fax: 817-354-8519 (paper fax) or 817-510-1063 (fax to email)