About the College

Programs in the College of Health Professions prepare students for the promotion of health, fitness, wellness and quality of life.

About the College

The college offers programs at both the undergraduate and graduate level that are designed to prepare professionals to assume roles in a variety of clinical, teaching and community health and wellness settings.

The college is organized by disciplinary specialties in the following departments: Health Sciences, Kinesiology, Nursing, Occupational Therapy & Occupational Science, and Speech Language Pathology & Audiology. Faculty frequently teach across disciplines as the nature of healthcare is interprofessional. Students study across a wide range of courses and participate in interprofessional education and practice. The College's Institute for Well-Being provides interprofessional practice experiences while providing services and programming for the greater Baltimore community.

Graduates of the College of Health Professions are committed to service to the public in maintaining wellness and quality of life.

DEI Blackboard Site

Looking for diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging information? Check out the new CHP Blackboard organization for a plethora of resources! A big thank you to Dr. Iona Johnson for her expertise providing these many resources. To access the organization, follow the instructions below:

1-Log into Blackboard, then click "Organizations" on the left of the screen
2-Click on “Organization Catalog” on top right of screen
3-Enter "CHP Resources" into the search box
4-Click on the arrow to the right of "CHP Resources for Diversity" and select "enroll"
5-Follow the prompts to complete self enrollment
For additional guidance, visit our Blackboard instructions (pdf).

Dean’s Progress Reports

Read about the inspiring changes and achievements in the College of Health Professions in our Dean’s Progress Reports.