Throughout history, there has been a significant relationship between religion, medicine, and health care. Grounded in the influence of imago Dei (Genesis 1:27), our pursuit to understand the human body carries thoughtful spiritual significance.
The College of Allied Health currently offers two master’s level programs: the Master of Medical Science and the Master of Arts in Biomedical Science (MABS). Our rigorous educational programs are designed to equip students with the clinical knowledge, technical skills, and professional values needed to excel in healthcare across a variety of medical professions and medical specialties. The College of Allied Health at North Greenville University provides our students with a comprehensive, evidence-based curriculum that fosters critical thinking, clinical reasoning, and lifelong learning.
Students in the College of Allied Health are educated by some of the most dedicated and enthusiastic educators in their fields. For those seeking an excellent student-to-teacher ratio with easily accessible faculty, our programs will fulfill those expectations. Our faculty, anchored in their Christian faith, bring a comprehensive range of professional experiences to the classroom. This includes knowledge across various medical specialties, all delivered through a lens that combines their medical expertise and a distinct biblical worldview. It would be challenging to find faculty more passionate about teaching and mentorship than ours.
We encourage you to further your education at the NGU College of Allied Health. We enjoy the opportunity to engage with prospective students and their families. Do not hesitate to connect with us at PAAdmissions@ngu.edu for more information about the PA Program or MABSAdmissions@ngu.edu for more information about the MABS program.
Jordan Hair, PhD
Dean, College of Allied Health