McQueary College of Health and Human Services


Accelerated master's option.Indicates accelerated graduate program is available for students in this major.



Background security check and drug screening requirements

Some academic programs in the health related areas will require students to pass a background security check and a drug screening. These programmatic screening policies are a result of health organizations' requirements for placement at their clinical sites. Students will be financially responsible for the background security check and drug screening. Review the academic program requirements, applications materials and admission standards for specific detailed information. Students who do not pass the appropriate screenings may not be able to complete the program or practice professionally.

Center for research and service

RStats Institute

The Institute offers individual consultations with students and faculty researchers, sharing expertise in research design, statistical analysis, and manuscript preparation. Learn more: RStats Institute


Learning Diagnostic Clinic

The Clinic helps ensure that students with learning disabilities or those otherwise qualified are able to access and participate in the extraordinary array of academics available. Learn more: Learning Diagnostic Clinic

MSU Care

The clinic serves uninsured low-income patients, ages 18-64, in an enhanced primary care educational environment. Learn more: MSU Care

Physical Therapy Clinic

The Clinic provides specialty care and rehabilitation services for spine and joint injuries as well as other neuromusculoskeletal complaints. Learn more: Physical Therapy Clinic

Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic

The Clinic provides evaluation and treatment for all ages in areas of speech-language pathology, audiology and early intervention for children who are deaf or hard of hearing. Learn more: Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic



Mark A. Smith, PhD

Associate dean

Letitia J. White Minnis, PhD


Kampeter Health Sciences Hall, Room 110