From the Dean
The College of Health Sciences features many of Marquette's highest ranked and nationally recognized programs. Our students come to us with the strongest academic credentials at the university, and experience a culture of excellence that includes state-of-the-art research and teaching facilities and many opportunities to interact with faculty scholars who are passionate about teaching, research and service.
Our highly distinctive undergraduate majors feature biomedical sciences, medical laboratory science, exercise physiology, and speech pathology and audiology. Our outstanding professional programs include a doctoral programs in physical therapy and occupational therapy; master's programs in physician assistant studies, athletic training and speech and language pathology; a certificate program in medical laboratory science; and a pre-dental post-baccalaureate program in biomedical sciences.
Our mission as a Jesuit university is to provide an excellent, rigorous and well-rounded education, and our location in the heart of the city of Milwaukee promises ample opportunity for exposure to the health and medical professions that a major metropolitan setting provides. While you can expect excellence from our faculty, you will be in some elite company with our academically talented students. Whether in our highly rigorous professional programs of study or through outstanding pre-professional and undergraduate education, our dedicated faculty and committed students have created a truly vibrant academic environment that’s waiting for you.
William E. Cullinan, Ph.D.
Dean, College of Health Sciences
College Mission Statement
The College of Health Sciences has the mission of providing outstanding preparation for careers in the health sciences and as health care providers. It is dedicated to improving health care delivery by educating excellent, caring and ethical health care professionals through a rigorous program of teaching, research and service. Our programs of study emphasize critical thinking in the context of clinical and scientific problem solving. Students are instilled with the Jesuit ideals of concern for the physical, emotional and spiritual development of the individual, as well as a lifelong commitment to leadership and learning in the advancement of their personal skills and professions.