The Morosky College of Health Professions and Sciences is composed of the School of Health
Professions and the School of Sciences. The curriculum offered by each program within the
college is designed to prepare students upon graduation to meet professional responsibilities
in their field of learning or to pursue graduate studies. Students are engaged in active
learning. They learn by working with the faculty — in the classroom, in research endeavors,
in professional practice settings, in industry, and in the community. All of the programs
within the college build upon the mission of Gannon University and provide the foundation
for life-long learning.
Graduates are prepared academically and personally in a caring and value-focused environment to be leaders in their careers and communities.
Using the high quality health profession programs that are built on a foundation of academic excellence, the vision of the health profession programs is to promote interdisciplinary team learning throughout and among curricula. We strive to be a regional asset specific to the educational preparation of health care professionals, committed to promoting the health and well-being of society.
The School of Sciences will be recognized for providing outstanding education necessary to build careers beyond the undergraduate level in employment and graduate and professional schools. The vision of the sciences and mathematics programs is to promote active, engaged learning through dynamic teaching and faculty-mentored research. Our students are prepared to become leaders in science, technology, mathematics, health care and emerging fields important to society's future.
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