To educate professionals to provide exemplary health care, rehabilitation and social services, to promote innovation and discovery and to build mutually enriching local and global partnerships.
WMU CHHS has released a Statement on Race and Antiracism. We announce a proactive stance on race and antiracism and propose measurable actions to work against racism in support of all of our students. Read the entire statement.
Preparing students for careers that are high in DEMAND, high in MEANING, high in SATISFACTION and unsurpassed in IMPACT.
In 1976, pioneering allied health and helping profession programs united in the WMU College of Health and Human Services. Some of our departments, like occupational therapy and blindness and low vision studies, are among the oldest departments in the nation. And some programs, like the new Doctor of Physical Therapy, show that we continue to grow to meet the needs of our students and our community.
Why should you choose WMU's College of Health and Human Services?
We also continue to lead with modern, updated facilities and ample opportunities for interprofessional education. Everything we do is aimed at providing you with the best education we can to prepare you for today's ever-changing health care and human services careers.