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Health Professions Career Pathways

Through the joint degree programs made possible by the Health Professions Program (HPP), students will be eligible for early consideration for admission to graduate and professional level degree programs in the health professions at Rosalind Franklin University. Our current joint programs with Rosalind Franklin University include Doctor of Physical Therapy and Doctor of Pharmacy and the faculty of each institution is hard at work creating more opportunities to be announced soon.

As HPP students, you will receive individualized preparation with faculty and career advisors towards a variety of healthcare careers. This approach to career exploration and preparation will take the guesswork out of your future career. The program is designed with a flexible timeline to meet each of your needs. 

Pathways to graduate programs include but are not limited to:

  • Allopathic Medicine (MD)
  • Clinical Nutrition (MS)
  • Health Promotion and Wellness (MS)
  • Nutrition Education (MS),
  • Podiatric Medicine (DPM)
  • Cell Biology and Anatomy (MS, PhD)
  • Cellular and Molecular Pharmacology (MS, PhD)
  • Microbiology and Immunology (MS, PhD)
  • Neuroscience (MS, PhD)
  • Physiology and Biophysics (MS, PhD)
  • Pathologists’ Assistant (MS)
  • Physician Assistant Practice (MS)
  • Psychology (PhD)
  • Clinical Counseling (MS)
  • Health Administration (MS)
  • Population Health (MS)
  • Pharmacy (Pharm-D)
  • Physical Therapy (DPT)