The School of Health Sciences prepares students to tackle all major challenges inherent in 21st-century patient care and medical research. Our innovative and highly ranked programs — offered at the bachelor’s, master’s and clinical doctorate levels — develop forward-thinking clinicians, imaging professionals, rehabilitation specialists and scientists.
As of Fall 2022, the School of Health Sciences enrolled 1,379 undergraduate students across 11 programs. In addition, 734 students were enrolled across 11 graduate programs.
Total Undergraduate Enrollment: 1,379 students
Athletic Training: 83
Biomedical Sciences: 95
Diagnostic Medical Sonography: 42
Health Science Studies: 426
Health Science Studies (online): 29
Health Science Studies Undeclared: 29
Health Sciences / Physical Therapy: 228
Health Sciences / Occupational Therapy: 262
Health Sciences / Physician Assistant: 99
Radiologic Sciences: 70
Microbiology & Immunology: 16
Total Graduate Enrollment: 734 students
Advanced Medical Imaging & Leadership: 6
Biomedical Sciences: 56
Cardiovascular Perfusion: 18
Doctor of Occupational Therapy: 38
Doctor of Occupational Therapy (online): 21
Master of Occupational Therapy: 174
Pathologists' Assistant: 58
Physician Assistant: 102
Physical Therapy: 200
Radiologist Assistant: 5
Social Work: 56
2020 First-Time License/Certification Pass Rates
Diagnostic Imaging Radiologic Science
PT - DPT*
Cardiovascular Perfusion (basic sciences)
Cardiovascular Perfusion (clinical applications)
Note: Fall 2020 SHS Pass Rates are based on Class of 2019, graduating during 2018-2019.
*See CAPTE for specific reporting criteria by discipline.
According to data collected in 2021, the School of Health Sciences has a success rate of 98%.
Our faculty members and Career Development Office work extensively to boost your confidence, help you gain new skills and make the vital connections you need to thrive in today’s quickly evolving health care marketplace. The assistant dean for career development is available for assistance, whether you want to explore different health care fields or brush up on interview techniques.
The Center for Interprofessional Healthcare Education offers students from all health care disciplines unique opportunities to learn and practice together as members of integrated patient care teams. Resources in CIHE develop the team-based skills and multidisciplinary perspective necessary to handle the growing clinical and ethical complexities of today’s health care landscape.
Quinnipiac’s School of Health Sciences professors are committed to the personal and professional success of every student. While passionate scholars and accomplished in their own fields, teaching is the number one priority. Small class sizes, accessible professors and a close-knit community create the kind of supporting, enriching environment that is rare. We are personally invested in seeking ways to help our students develop into strong, certified, leading professionals.
From improving the socialization and quality of life of residents at a local assisted living facility to creating an annual program that assists children with disabilities to learn how to ski, our impact stretches far beyond our North Haven Campus.