College of Social Sciences, Health, and Education
The College of Social Sciences, Health, and Education prepares undergraduate and graduate students in the Catholic Jesuit tradition intellectually, morally, and spiritually for careers and professions of service by:
- Challenging students to strive for academic excellence and life-long learning,
- Providing applied experiences grounded in theoretical foundations,
- Promoting collaboration and community partnerships,
- Incorporating research, scholarship, and innovation,
- Integrating ethical behavior and a respect for individual differences and diversity.
The programs in the College of Social Sciences, Health, and Education have a special focus on society in the areas of education, health, community services, and more. The college houses a wide variety of departments that include undergraduate programs, Master's degree programs and a doctoral program in psychology.