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School of

Health Sciences

Taking Healthcare to the Next Level

The School of Health Sciences is committed to preparing the next generation of healthcare professionals through outstanding instruction and innovation in the health sciences. Students graduating from the School of Health Sciences will be prepared for careers in health- or performance-related fields, providing services to individuals and communities with health concerns or physical capacity goals.

The demand for health care workers continues to increase as a better prepared workforce is needed to care for our nation's population. Students are offered a variety of courses providing for a solid foundation for careers in the health field. Our courses combine classroom, laboratory, and field experiences to prepare for the diverse situations encountered in the professional world. 

 

Undergraduate Programs

B.S. in Exercise Science

B.S. in Long-Term Care Management

Certifications

Caregiving Issues & Management Certificate

Case Management & Care Coordination Endorsement

Department Contact

College of Health Sciences

Rosalynn Carter Health and Human Sciences Complex
Carter I

229-931-2670
leisa.easom@gsw.edu

Faculty & Staff

GSW has a partnership with
Aging Life Care Association

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GSW has an academic partnership with Aging Life Care Association (ALCA) which is a national organization who leads the community of Aging Life Care Professionals® through education, professional development, and the highest ethical standards. An Aging Life Care Professional is a health and human services specialist who acts as a guide and advocate for families who are caring for older relatives or disabled adults. The academic partnership with ALCA demonstrates a relationship to the national organization and provides a professional pathway for current students and graduates to seek national credentialing as a Certified Manager of Care.
The School of Health Sciences is committed to preparing the next generation of healthcare professionals through outstanding instruction and innovation in the health sciences. Students graduating from the School of Health Sciences will be prepared for careers in health- or performance-related fields, providing services to individuals and communities with health concerns or physical capacity goals.

Georgia Southwestern's Health Science programs are some of the most accommodating. By offering most courses online and having transfer articulation agreements with a variety of technical schools across the state, the Long-Term Care Management program offers a seemless transition for many students taking core classes at other locations. 

Job placement is high, and lucrative salaries are offered for our graduates.

Enhance your caregiving knowledge with a certificate in Caregiving Issues and Management
Health Services Student