The College of Health Professions and Science
Department website: http://www.msubillings.edu/cahp/index.htm
Dr. Kurt Toenjes, Dean
APS 119, (406) 896-5833
The College of Health Professions and Science is comprised of undergraduate and graduate programs that are designed to prepare individuals for careers in the health professions and natural sciences. Academic programs in the Health Professions, such as the behavioral sciences (e.g., health promotion, human services, rehabilitation), therapeutic sciences (e.g., athletic training and RN-BSN) and support services (e.g., health administration) prepare students with the technical skills needed to work in the dynamic healthcare field. Academic Programs in the Natural Sciences, such as B.S. in Biology, Chemistry, Health and Human Performance and the B.A. in Biology, prepare students for post-baccalaureate programs in medicine, dentistry, veterinary, pharmacy and physical therapy as well as providing them with the skills needed for careers in analytical chemistry, biochemistry and biology. These programs also prepare students to be critical thinkers in their chosen profession, develop a historical consciousness, broaden their understanding of the diversity of the profession and individuals, and develop a defined sense of values that will guide them in their career.
The College of Health Professions and Science is comprised of the following academic departments:
- Health and Human Performance
- Health Care Services
- Rehabilitation and Human Services
- Biological and Physical Sciences
College of Health Professions and Science Mission
The mission of the Montana State University Billings College of Health Professions and Science is to prepare health and STEM professionals for their chosen field, and to meet the needs of society through education, discovery, and service.
Advisement of Students
Upon admission to graduate programs, students are assigned an advisor in the department that administers the degree program they have chosen. Students then work with the assigned advisor to develop their DegreeWorks program of study and meet any admission requirements not initially met in order to be formally admitted to their program and proceed to candidacy. Students are informed by letter from the Office of Graduate Studies on the status of their admission (provisional or regular) and the name and phone number of their advisor.
- Adventure Leadership in Health and Recreation Adventure Leadership Option Master of Science
- Adventure Leadership in Health and Recreation Recreation Therapy Option Master of Science
- Athletic Training Master of Science
- Health Administration Master of Health Administration
- Health and Human Performance Bachelor of Science/Athletic Training Master of Science 3+2 Option