McQueary College of Health and Human Services

Programs

Accelerated master's option.Indicates accelerated graduate program is available


Undergraduate


Graduate

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. Please see each 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 RStats Institute provides assistance for MSU faculty and students with research design and statistical analysis.

Clinics  

Learning Diagnostic Clinic

The Learning Diagnostic Clinic provides services and support to students with Learning Disabilities or those otherwise qualified so they are able to access and participate in the extraordinary array of academics available.

MSU Care Clinic

The MSU Care clinic provides both preventative and chronic care management for uninsured adults with limited or no income through a team-based inter-professional clinical practice.

Physical Therapy Clinic

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

Speech, Language and Hearing Clinic

The Speech, Language and Hearing 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. Augmentative and alternative communication (AAS) evaluations and AAC intervention are two of the many services provided by the clinic.