The College of Applied Health Sciences of the University of Illinois at Chicago is known for its renowned recognition for educating healthcare professionals. These professionals support and mentor people in achieving and maintaining their health. The curricula are offered in two main disciplines Disability & Human Development and Kinesiology, and three additional concentrations.
Disability & Human Development
The largest university in the Chicago area, The University of Illinois Chicago is an acclaimed research University. The university has 16 colleges with a wide range of programmes to choose from. Life sciences, physical sciences, social sciences, arts, business, law, technology and more. It is not just what you learn in the classroom, but UIC offers a lot of extracurricular activities to connect with classmates outside the classroom.
With a student-teacher ratio of 18:1, the students receive more attention along with the quality of education.
UIC ranked 46th among public national universities by the 2022 U.S. News & World Report ranking. It is the only Illinois university ranked among the 10 best value colleges in the nation by Wall Street Journal and Times Higher Education.
Students enrolled in the College of Applied Health Sciences participate in a rigorous course of academic and clinical instruction.
The undergraduate professional course of study is arranged in two phases: completion of preprofessional course work and two years of professional course work at UIC leading to professional baccalaureate degrees in health information management or nutrition. The college’s professional programs coordinate classroom instruction with clinical experience in a variety of healthcare facilities in Chicago and surrounding areas throughout the two years of the program.
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