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College of Nursing and Health Professions

College of Nursing and Health Professions


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The College of Nursing and Health Professions offers educational opportunities for students interested in careers in nursing and health care. The college is comprised of four schools: the School of Health Professions, the School of Leadership and Advanced Nursing Practice, the School of Professional Nursing Practice and the School of Speech and Hearing Sciences. Students will find programs in nursing, audiology, speech pathology, public health, athletic training, recreational therapy and kinesiotherapy that will prepare them for rewarding careers in healthcare.

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College of Nursing and Health Professions

Asbury Hall (AH)
3215 Montague Boulevard
Hattiesburg, MS 39401

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The Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing prepares scholars  to contribute to the science, practice and profession of nursing through research and theory development. We embrace a student-centered approach that is 100% Online, and the use of technologies facilitates virtual residency by way of scholarly engagement and dialogue.

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The School of Speech and Hearing Sciences offers a bachelor of arts degree in speech pathology and audiology. Undergraduates obtain an overview of speech production and perception, articulation, fluency, hearing, language and voice. Anatomy and physiology courses provide foundations for understanding normal and abnormal communication processes over the lifespan.


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2Major children's services

DuBard School for Language Disorders and Children's Center for Communication & Development

3MPH options

Master of Public Health available in traditional and online formats

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the only nurse anesthesia program in Mississippi

A grant made possible through the Asbury Foundation Distinguished Professor in Nursing fund is helping our nursing faculty and students provide healthcare to an under-served area of Hattiesburg. Dr. Cathy Hughes, assistant teaching professor in the College of Nursing and Health Professions, is coordinating the grant project in partnership with the University’s Institute for Disability Studies. Fellowship Health Clinic (FHC) is located on Edwards Street in southeast Hattiesburg and provides high quality medical, dental and pharmaceutical care at no cost to eligible uninsured and underinsured residents of Forrest and Lamar counties.