Health informatics combines health care and information sciences to improve the delivery and management of health care. The Lewis School offers an interdisciplinary bachelor’s degree in this rapidly growing field.
Nurses are a critical component of patient care and we prepare entry level registered nurses to meet health care challenges through the bachelor’s degree program. In addition, the school offers all levels of graduate education, including master’s degrees, DNP and a Doctor of Philosophy degree.
A popular career because of the increased interest in health and fitness, nutrition plays a vital role in each person’s health and quality of life. Our graduates are well prepared to care for patients of all ages and all degrees of health and wellness whether in a corporate setting, hospital, sports medicine, food and pharmaceutical companies or private practice.
Graduates of the OTM Program will be prepared to work in a wide variety of medical, community and school-based settings and to undertake diverse roles including clinical practice, consultation, teaching, management, and scholarly activities while always advocating for the client.
Physical therapists are dedicated to the prevention and rehabilitation of disability, injury and disease related to movement and function of the body. Georgia State prepares doctors of physical therapy who are committed to clinical excellence and scientific scholarly activity.
Respiratory therapy, one of the fastest growing careers, uses the latest technological medical equipment for life saving and life support care in cooperation with physicians. Respiratory therapists evaluate, treat and care for patients of all ages from premature infants to the elderly.