Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences

Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences is setting the standard nationally for superior interprofessional preparation of healthcare professionals. Its innovative programs have a state- of-the-art home on the Mary Baldwin University branch campus in Fishersville that provides sophisticated technological aids to learning that complement faculty expertise and keep students up to date in an ever-evolving field. The college’s location in a regional health corridor provides students many opportunities for clinical/educational practicums and research. The college of health sciences offers doctoral and master’s programs, as well as studies on the undergraduate level.

School of Health and Human Performance

Programs in The School of Health and Human Performance:

Graduate

Occupational Therapy:

Physical Therapy:

Physician Assistant:

Undergraduate

*offered on Staunton campus; please see undergraduate programs section of this catalog

Programs of the School of Nursing

School Director: Natalie Murphy

The School of Nursing offers the following programs:

Graduate

Undergraduate

Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN-BSN)

School of Public Health

School Director: Kim L. Nine
MHA Faculty: William Cundiff
HCA Faculty: Mark Erath

Graduate

*Indicates Online program

Undergraduate

(Please see undergraduate programs section of this catalog)

Certificates

*Indicates Online program

Graduate Certificates