School of Allied Health | Hodges University
  • Prepare for a successful career in the healthcare industry with the School of Allied Health.
  • School of Allied Health

    Welcome from the Dean

    It is a privilege to welcome you to Hodges University. Whether you are a new or continuing student, or someone looking for a place to further their educational experience, Hodges University offers some of the finest programs to fit your individual needs. As dean of the School of Allied Health, I want to congratulate you on pursuing this journey. We would be honored to assist you in reaching your personal and professional goals for the future.

    The healthcare field offers some of the fastest growing occupations in the country, and the demand for qualified healthcare professionals has never been greater. The School of Allied Health at Hodges University provides a number of high-quality undergraduate and graduate degrees and certificate programs to prepare students for entry into the exciting professional world of healthcare.  

    Hodges University offers the first-time student, as well as the seasoned professional, an environment designed to foster success, such as:

    1. Each of our students is treated as an individual. Class sizes are small so that each student can receive individual attention from faculty.
    2. Students requiring additional support with writing or study skills have a variety of services readily available at no additional cost.
    3. All faculty are experienced practitioners who hold appropriate academic credentials in their field and have or are currently working in their fields of expertise.
    4. All faculty hold regular office hours and are available to meet with students in person or by telephone.
    5.  A variety of flexible delivery formats including day, evening, and online classes and accelerated programs to speed graduation.

    Come join us and advance your career in the healthcare field.

    William M. Griz, Ph.D.
    Dean, School of Allied Health

    Accreditation

    The Physical Therapist Assistant Program at Hodges University is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE), 1111 North Fairfax Street, Alexandria, VA 22314; phone: 703-706-3245; email: accreditation@apta.org; website: www.capteonline.org.

    Our Flag

    sc_ah_logoThe Flag for the School of Allied Health displays a symbol of helping hands, representing the hands of knowledge. Students enrolled in programs of study within this School develop compassion for their fellow man/woman and the necessary skills and knowledge to transfer their compassion into tangible results.

  • William Griz
  • Dean William Griz


  • Featured Program

    Long Term Care Administration
    Long Term Care Administration (Nursing Home Administration)
    The program is designed to educate students in the functions and responsibilities of a licensed nursing facility administrator.

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