The College of Health and Human Services at WMU is home to exceptional undergraduate degrees and nationally respected graduate programs. US News & World Report ranks six of our programs in the top 100 of their kind and four of our programs in the top 50. From the top-ranking master's degree in occupational therapy to the brand new minor in Peace Corp health preparation, CHHS continues to grow and expand the academic reach of WMU. Learn more.
The College of Health and Human Services offers continuing education programs relevant to health care and human services professionals working in a number of different fields.
Departments and Schools
The college is home to eight academic units, including the Department of Physical Therapy, which will begin offering its Doctor of Physical Therapy program in the summer of 2019.
CHHS is committed to helping our students succeed. The Office of Advising and the Office of Student Engagement and Success represent the front lines in that effort. Learn more.
Centers and Institutes
The college has started many academic initiatives that go beyond the classroom. Learn more about our academic centers and other programs.
Studying abroad through the College of Health and Human Services at Western Michigan University can raise your geographical and cultural awareness and increase your employability by providing experiences that allow you to function more effectively in our global economy. Learn more.