The College of Health and Human Services provides innovative academics for students seeking improvement in the lives, education, and health of others worldwide. Our rigorous programs and devoted faculty prepare students to launch their careers, pursue graduate training, and deliver exceptional health and human services. As a result, students can become future nurses, phlebotomists, ECG technicians, medical laboratory technicians, medical laboratory scientists, radiologic technologists, cardiovascular technologists, long-term care administrators, elementary and secondary educators, and so much more. Our wide variety of on-campus labs and affiliate clinical sites are ideal spaces for hands-on training and learning. Collaboration with our many local partners is a crucial aspect of our college. Together, we learn from each other and better prepare our students for their desired future.
LSUA's Department of Nursing is highly regarded in the healthcare field with an Associate Degree in Nursing (RN) as well as a RN to BSN program. Both Departments of Allied Health and Nursing are proud to achieve a 100% hire rate for LSUA graduates!
- ECG Technician
- Medical Laboratory Technician
- Medical Laboratory Scientist
- Radiologic Technologist
- Cardiovascular Technologist
- Long-Term Care Administrator
- Elementary and Secondary Educator
- and so much more!