The Beaver College of Health Sciences was established in 2010 to train health professionals and actively address the health and wellness needs of North Carolina citizens and beyond.
The Beaver College of Health Sciences was created by the reorganization of health related academic departments and programs previously located throughout the University, its sole purpose is to expand program offerings to meet regional and state needs.
The college currently houses six departments offering ten undergraduate and six graduate degree programs, approximately 3,400 student majors, and 150 faculty and staff. In addition to the six departments, the Beaver College of Health Sciences also houses the Institute for Health and Human Services, where health and human service related disciplines across campus use the services of the Institute to develop and implement interdisciplinary research projects and training opportunities. The IHHS is located off campus in University Hall.
The Beaver College of Health Sciences Office of the Dean is located on the bottom floor of the D.D. Dougherty Building. The main office suite is in Room 150. Our Student Services Center is located on the first floor of Edwin Duncan Hall.