EARN YOUR NURSING AND HEALTH PROFESSIONS DEGREE
TRANSFORMING HEALTH AND HEALTHCARE
The College of Nursing and Health Professions prepares professionals who will use their roles to transform today’s health and health care systems in collaborative teams—whether you pursue a path as a nurse, physician assistant, public health expert, health care leader, nurse educator, researcher, advance nurse provider, health educator, or occupational therapist.
An education from Valpo’s college for healthcare professionals ensures that you can count on thinking critically, performing exemplarily, leading unswervingly, and serving unselfishly as you work with others to change the world. Through your Valpo preparation, you will immediately distinguish yourself as second-to-none in all arenas of health and health care.
Learn more about Valpo’s nursing school in Indiana, including rankings and reputation, as well as our 11 graduate and undergraduate programs across five disciplines.
College of Nursing and Health Professions
For more than 50 years, Valparaiso University’s College of Nursing and Health Professions has built a tradition of excellence. We prepare students for the 21st century health care workplace by teaching them to not only be strong clinicians, but also adaptive, collaborative, and visionary.
Watch the video to learn more about our college for health care professionals.
A Holistic Approach to Health Care
“One thing that really separates Valpo is how all the professors are really willing to work with each student’s schedule. Being in the College of Nursing and Health Professions didn’t stop me from getting involved at Valpo.”
—Angela Dahuy Choi ’19, Nursing
Watch the video to hear about Angela’s experience in the College of Nursing.
Public Health Program
TRANSFORMATIVE EXPERIENCE AS A PUBLIC HEALTH MAJOR
Originally from Wilmington, Ohio, Ty Snarr ’20, is a member of the inaugural cohort of students pursuing their bachelor’s in public health at Valpo. But public health wasn’t always the plan for Ty— he anticipated that his fascination with populations and geography, combined with his interest in health care, would find him on the pre-med track as an undergraduate.
—Ty Snarr ’20, Public Health