The College of Health Sciences programs include a Physical Therapy
doctoral program ranked 14th in the nation, one of the nation’s largest
Physician Assistant programs where students score in the elite 4th
percentile on national board exams, one of the largest Genetic
Counseling programs in the nation, and a Master of Public Health program
with joint degrees with four other Arcadia programs. The Physical
Therapy program features grant-funded research and leadership in
postprofessional education, and the Chair is the Editor-in-Chief of the
peer-reviewed journal Physical Therapy and a member of an NIH
blue ribbon panel on medical rehabilitation research. The Physician
Assistant program is offered both in Glenside, Pa., and Christiana,
Del., and is pioneering training programs in South Africa and Scotland.
Many faculty in the college have established prominent national
reputations through research, publications and service.
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